Sabine is a talented new singer-songwriter based in Shropshire, whose debut EP ‘Intertwine,’ came out in May 2019. She’s been interviewed and received airplay on BBC Introducing Shropshire and BBC Introducing Oxford, alongside various other BBC regional radio stations and local radio stations across the UK.
Her sound can be described as soulful pop with flavours of country and folk. Her songs feature her double signature of moving melodies, matched with heartfelt lyrics; a mixture of haunting ballads and up-tempo numbers, all of which showcase Sabine’s stunning vocals.
2019 saw her perform with full band at the 02 Academy Islington and acoustic sets at Tom Kerridge's Pub in The Park Marlow and BBC Countryfile Live at Blenheim Palace. In the second half of the year, she performed with the House Band at The Texas Sounds International Country Music Awards in Jefferson and stopped off in Dallas to play an acoustic set at Opening Bell Coffee. On route back to the UK via Nashville, she co-wrote and recorded vocals for new song collaborations; rounding off her debut year with a headline set at The Camden Chapel, London.
Sabine started off 2020 by recording her second EP at Old Smithy Recording Studios in Worcester and supported Laura Oakes at her tour date in Oxford. She was due to perform a series of acoustic gigs leading up to the summer festival season. These included The Jam House in Birmingham, The Big Comfy Bookshop in Coventry, Percy's Bar & Café in Whitchurch and the Acoustic Festival of Britain in Uttoxeter. Sabine is looking forward to performing live again as and when the current situation changes; in the meantime, she will be releasing new music and online cover collaborations throughout 2020.