Sahara Beck


Fresh off the plane wowing audiences in Glastonbury, London and Scotland, Sahara Beck returns with “Mr Breezy’ a playful and catchy slice of alt pop heaven  – out now.

‘Mr Breezy’ was co-written with Alex Henriksson (Matt Corby, Jarryd James, Budjerah) and is the first single from an album Sahara plans to release in 2023. The single (and album) is Produced by multi Aria Award winning Producer/Engineer/Songwriter Kon Kersting (Tones And I, Jungle Giants, Milky Chance, Spacey Jane).

A musical highlight in her stage show with Briefs Factory International and their collaborative project ‘Bite Club’,  ‘Mr Breezy’ featured Sahara performing alongside Briefs’ cast member Louis Biggs who deftly manages multiple speedy costume changes while on a Treadmill vying –  unsuccessfully  – for her attention. The physical performance creatively but subtly commenting on the relationship between respect and disrespect and the conversations that happen in between.

So who is this elusive Mr Breezy?  “He’s the guy who lulls you into a false sense of comfort and then tells you he isn’t ready for something serious, making you feel as though he never knew you in the first place and that he’s afraid of who you might actually be” says Sahara

Sahara recently returned from the UK where she headlined the Circus Tent at Glastonbury Festival with Briefs: Bite Club, the collective also playing 9 shows at the Queen Elizabeth Hall in London and 24 shows at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival in Scotland with standing ovation’s every night.  It was “an incredibly wild dream for my first International tour” says Sahara.

It’s been an exciting and varied year for Sahara with things looking set to continue in the same fashion;  Working on stage shows, recording her own genre-challenging body of work and writing dance floor anthems for artists around the globe – she is the true chameleon.

Including, the October release of disco queen Mell Halls’ ‘End of Time (feat Sahara Beck)’ a song she co-wrote with Mell during the pandemic period. Mell Hall currently holds the record for the longest reigning female artist at #1 on the ARIA Club Chart. This follows on from the recent success of her co-writes and features with the German based Purple Disco Machine on ‘Can’t Get Enough (feat.Sahara Beck)’  and Austria’s  Toby Romeo on ‘Devils Cup’.

“the genre-challenging pop powerhouse and theatrical majesty” (AUS)

“a creative dynamo and a musical chameleon..” Pop Fad (Sweden)

“..dramatic, suspenseful, and cathartic..” The Revue (US)

“Sahara Beck is miraculous – combining an ethereal affectation with a guttural, powerful voice, reminiscent of Bjork or Marina Diamandis” West End Best Friend (UK)

“She exudes a star quality …”. The Times (UK)

“conjures the range of an Aguilera and the edge of an Amy. A real discovery”. Queer Guru (UK)

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