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Tell Them Not to Look for Me

Sabrina Pirzada

1/27/23

Track NameSabrina Pirzada
Track NameSabrina Pirzada
Track NameSabrina Pirzada
Track NameSabrina Pirzada
Track NameSabrina Pirzada
Track NameSabrina Pirzada
Track NameSabrina Pirzada
Track NameSabrina Pirzada
Track NameSabrina Pirzada
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About

California-bred singer/songwriter and guitarist Sabrina Pirzada crafts genre-blurring philosophical anthems that bridge the gap between the 1960s and '70s style of guitar-based rock and New Americana. With a voice that is strangely distinctive and timeless, having drawn comparisons to Billie Holiday, art singer Blossom Dearie, and 1960s girl groups, she filters a Springsteen-indebted energy and Dylan-esque vocabulary through drawling vocals as a tastefully potent guitarist who says a lot with a little. With an eclectic mix of songs ranging from radio-ready, “Countin’ Down to Midnight,” an Elvis inspired, “You Put the Rock n’ Roll Back,” the stripped down carpe diem poetry of “It Doesn’t Matter Where I Die,” to arena-sized “Where You Are,” she gives us guiding philosophies for big, bold, brave living you won’t hear anywhere else.

“This is an album about going all-in. Tell Them Not to Look for Me is sort of my version of ‘Damn the torpedoes,’ or ‘Forget the obstacles. Let’s proceed.’ Even if hope is shot through with fear and self-doubt, that doesn’t mean you don’t do it anyway. You must rise to the occasion in the end. So, I wanted to write this as if it was the last thing I’d get to say to the world,” says Pirzada. Should the world take notice, Tell Them Not to Look for Me promises a compelling story that is not a flash in the pan, but will hold its place in a long line of a tradition of American rock n’ roll in a way that hasn’t been done before. Sabrina Pirzada the first, but won’t be the last of her kind.

Genre

Rock/Pop/Alternative

Sub-Genre

New Americana

Label

Method Fair