New York newcomer Sarah Kinsley is blessing us with some good ‘Karma’

That's because her new song is called 'Karma', and it's good. See?

New York newcomer Sarah Kinsley has dropped a brand new single, ‘Karma’.

Released via new indie label Everybody’s Music, the track is a lovely bit of modern disco alt-pop that echoes reference points both classic and sparkly fresh.

“Karma was written completely by mistake around July or August of this past year,” Sarah explains. “I had hit a wall with another song I was writing, I had such terrible writer’s block. All the lyrics I had churned out were repetitive, all pseudo-copycats of past work. I was recording a voice memo – as it usually goes since I love recording everything I sing or attempt to say – just mumbling on and on trying to expand the lyrics of this other song for a few minutes. And then there’s a moment in the recording where you can hear me actually realize these two phrases rhyme, karma and I want ya. I just completely moved to the next idea and started singing. Your superstition, my intuition says I want ya. Everything completely set fire after that. I turned on my amp and began settling into chords. I produced the chorus that same day.”

Performing all synths, beats, guitars and vocals, as well as a bit of production too, Sarah’s a multi-talented type. ‘Karma’ is the first taster of an EP, set to follow later this spring.

It comes alongside a video directed by friend and collaborator Lux, which you can check out below.

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