Experiencing the rollercoaster challenges of her generation, independent pop artist Sarah Tromley aims to be the voice of millennial listeners and resonate with their stories. The artist aspires to connect music lovers worldwide by continually producing songs bearing profound lyrics and captivating sound.
The 26-year-old singer was born and raised in Portland, Oregon, with an apparent passion for music. She began her journey by creating covers of iconic generational classic songs. Currently based in Los Angeles, Sarah Tromley draws inspiration from her experiences and life lessons. On a mission to capture the hearts of music lovers worldwide. Sarah is on her way to release her long-awaited EP called Higher than the Hills. Set to hit all streaming platforms on December 4, 2020 with pre-saves occurring within the week, the music embodies Sarah’s artistic touch, sound, and talent.
Higher than the Hills is a “personal and eye-opening six-song project” that elevates Sarah Tromley as an artist with a deeper purpose. With track titles like Thrills, One Step, and My Way Up just to name a few, her sultry sound eclectically combined with elements of R&B gives us this moment. Sarah fearlessly creates her own rhythm by integrating various genres, bringing something fresh to the music industry. Sarah incorporates “provocative elements,” aiming to celebrate the quirky yet confident parts of us all.
Hoping to follow in the footsteps of musicians like Amy Winehouse, Bon Iver, Fleetwood Mac, and Earth, Wind & Fire, Sarah Tromley aims to produce work that goes beyond aesthetics but lingers with generations for its meaning. The artist explores the “depths of sexuality and layers of vulnerability” through her lyrics and portrayed that mission throughout her new EP. Higher than the Hills presents the perfect debut for Sarah to be known as an artist on the rise.
“My authentic edge and mysterious nature truly creates the intrigue in my brand,” shared Sarah Tromley. “A truly good girl with a bad girl illusion,” she added. Harnessing real-life experience from Kanye West’s G.O.O.D. Music label further enhanced her professionalism as an artist. The opportunity allowed her to connect with some of the industry’s valued mentors and opened more doors to broaden her horizon.
Furthermore, her experiences with industry experts have allowed her to grow into a better singer. Sarah Tromley has worked with Grammy award-winning sound engineer Vic Wainstein and other legendary mentors in the music industry. Some of these experts and creative minds have been behind the projects of Frank Ocean, Tyler the Creator, and the late Mac Miller.
Asked what motivated her to enter the cutthroat game of the music industry, Sarah Tromley shared that her father inspired her to pursue music. The artist shared how her dad bought her first mini red electric fender guitar in grade school and encouraged her to hone her musical talent. Eventually, the music she listened to, from the works of artists like Adele and Lady Gaga, Sarah felt that music was her home. For the artist, it was her way of connecting with the rest of the world.
Besides singing, Sarah Tromley also wants to explore the field of acting and challenge herself in expressing her feelings differently. “Before moving to LA, while living in Portland, I was in multiple episodes of Portlandia and an episode of Grimm,” Sarah shared.
Learn more about Sarah Tromley on her website.