Song of the Day

“F*** It It’s Alright” by Sarah Sellers

On August 8th, Texas based singer-songwriter Sarah Sellers released her latest single, “Fuck It It’s Alright”, on YouTube. With over 18k views and counting Sellers plans to release the single digitally on all major music distributors on Sept.16th.

“I wrote this song with the amazing Jay Stolar during a very dark period of my life. I needed to write my release, something that would free me from the prison I had built within my own mind. There comes a time when you have to accept the decisions you’ve made, relish in the growth that life can give you, and just say fuck it…everything really is going to be alright!”

The single was co-written with Brooklyn based singer-songwriter Jay Stolar and produced by Warner Chappell’s Noise Club, also based out of Brooklyn.

The Dallas, Texas-based singer-songwriter Sarah Sellers, has a voice that’s silken but with swagger. Her phrasing and vocal melodies are steeped in classic R&B and soul, but her songwriting, and overall vibe, evokes the intrepid realm of soulful electro pop. In addition to her appearance on American Idol: Season 10, other career highlights include appearing on the same stages as Grammy Award-winning artists Paula Cole and Monica, and gracing stages from Brazil to New York City.

Sarah was born a natural musical talent. At the tender age of six, she was captivating her parents, and anyone who would listen, with her pristine angelic vocals and performance smarts. By age 12, she was writing original music and performing on a grander scale. Soon she found herself on American Idol and being pursued by record labels. But it would take moving away from a life in music for her to truly discover her musical gifts. Now she comes forth harnessing her talent on her own terms with a sensual and very personal electro soul-pop aesthetic.

Follow Sarah Sellers on Facebook, on Twitter @SarahJSellers and Instagram @SarahJSellers.

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Music Editor at Live in Limbo and Host of Contra Zoom podcast. Dakota is a graduate of Humber College's Acting for Film and Television. He now specializes in knowing all random trivia. He writes about music, sports and film. Dakota's life goal is visit all baseball stadiums, he's at 7.