Tragic Sasha's latest single "The End of The World" is a haunting and timely piece of music that eerily reflects the anxious state of the world today. Written with her two friends Kaity Rae and Scott Colcombe just before the pandemic in 2019, the song speaks of the fear and uncertainty that was already creeping into our lives.
Tragic Sasha's songs often seem to prophesy the future, and "The End of The World" is no exception. As she says, "little did I know what was just around the corner." The song's emotive lyrics and epic synth chords combine to create a powerful sense of foreboding, while its accomplished pop songwriting ensures that it's an instant earworm.
The accompanying music video, which Tragic Sasha made with Dottie Kay, was shot in her grandmother's old Tudor house in the country. The house, which has been crumbling for many years, provides the perfect backdrop for the song's apocalyptic themes.
Speaking on the new single & video, Sasha explains: 'I wrote The End Of The World, with my two friends Kaity Rae and Scott Colcombe, just before the pandemic in 2019 about being anxious for the state of the world- little did I know what was just around the corner. My songs sometimes have a habit of prophesying the future! I made the video with Dottie Kay in my Grandmother's old Tudor house in the country. The house itself is beautiful but it's been crumbling down for many years and I knew it would be the perfect location.'
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