Premiere: Sasha March - Can I Call

Premiere: Sasha March - Can I Call

A musically dynamic track, showcasing thoughtful composition and production.

Hailing from the southern hills of Adelaide, a now based Sydney singer-songwriter Sasha March showcases her lyrical prowess in latest release Can I Call - premiering today on Pilerats.

The track is a pop ballad with a luxe-electro beat courtesy of Sydney producer Tristan Jvmes, that swings a pendulum of love and comfort to destruction and frustration, “But there’s always hope that there’ll be someone or something to sober you and ground you again before the next round.” shares Sasha. 

Written from two opposing experiences, the release is musically dynamic with soft melodic vulnerable moments, evolving to lush triumphant bursts of electronic soundscapes and beautifully layered harmonies. Coming in at just shy of 4-minutes, Can I Call flexes thoughtful composition and production, Shasha explaining that “Tristan built up a bunch of ideas sonically and each time his production developed, I’d do another vocal take. This was a fun process which went on for a few months until we found together what the song meant and eventually I did a vocal take I was happy with. We lost count of the different versions, but landed on the final loved one”. 

Premiering today, experience Can I Call below before it’s official release Friday (February 25).  


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