Toronto-based singer-songwriter SABRE gives Floetry vibes on new track ‘Peace and Love’: Listen

The poetic approach to the songwriting wins me over.

Photo: Courtesy of the artist

The flow is completely different than anything I’ve put out, SABRE explains, I wrote all the lyrics to the song in about 20 minutes. The producer, LaFlamme, was figuring out the arrangement. The production was essentially live off the floor. Beatox and I [laid] our vocal tracks simultaneously. We walked away kind of mind blown, like what have we just created here? What genre is this? It just feels like future sound to me.

SABRE floats through this soulful track with ease. I’m reminded of Floetry’s ‘Say Yes’, for some reason, as I play ‘Peace and Love’ for the eleventh time. The Toronto-based Californian artist has an obvious or distinct understanding of musicianship. Her voice is pretty and intentional. The poetic approach to the songwriting wins me over.

“All I need is peace and love” – What a simple request.

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