Sara Phillips is an LA-based singer-songwriter from Montreal, Canada. Not too long ago, she released a haunting emo-ballad, entitled, “New York Without Me”.

Sara Phillips – “New York Without Me” single

“You see my face in everyone on Bowery. And the coffee shop we loved just pours for one. Broadway’s just a busy street without me. And the hurt walks you home when the party’s done. ‘Cause your mother still asks about me and your dad calls every girl my name. Your friends still ask about me. Must be having no one else to blame. Are you sleeping soundly in New York without me? Do you search the streets at night looking for more?” – lyrics

‘New York Without Me’ tells a sentimental tale of a young woman who rips open old wounds of a love lost in the Big Apple.

Even though she knows things will never be the same, she still thinks about her ex and hopes this special person finds what it is that they are looking for.

‘New York Without Me’ contains a heart-warming narrative, charming vocals, and simple instrumentation scented with a nostalgic indie-pop aroma.

“New York Without Me” single

Sara Phillips - “New York Without Me” cover art

Sara Phillips’ musical influences include Joni Mitchell, Bob Dylan, and Amy Winehouse to name a few. 

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