Sydney Sprague: ‘maybe i will see you at the end of the world’

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‘maybe i will see you at the end of the world’

“The debut album from Sydney Sprague brings a sign of hope we all need”
– idobi Radio
“Sydney Sprague’s fire is only just beginning, and she’s already revving to burn the house down”
– Atwood Magazine
“…adrenaline rush of pop rock brilliance”
– Under The Radar Magazine
“a bold, intense document of her alt-pop vision”
– CLASH Magazine

i refuse to die” “steve”, “staircase failure
quitter” and “object permanence

FEBRUARY 26, 2021 – PHOENIX, AZ – ‘maybe i will see you at the end of the world’, the debut album from Sydney Sprague is out today through Rude Records. Highly lauded for her authentic and knack for a nostalgic sound that just hits in the right way, the ten-track album is available now to stream on all platforms and can be ordered physically through:

Her songs and music videos for “quitter”, “object permanence”, “staircase failure” and “steve” have grabbed the attention of places like NPR, Refinery29, Under The Radar, Atwood Magazine, CLASH Magazine, The Line of Best Fit, UPROXX and more who steadily keep Sydney’s songs in their New Music Friday highlights of the week. She’s also been added to Spotify’s top indie playlists such as Fresh Finds and Amazon’s Fresh Indie.

Her upcoming album was recently featured as one of 2021’s Most Anticipated with Arizona Republic andChorus.FM.

‘maybe i will see you at the end of the world’ track listing:
1. i refuse to die
2. object permanence
3. steve
4. you have to stop
5. quitter
6. staircase failure
7. wrongo
8. what u want
9. time is gone
10. end of the world

Sydney Sprague makes music for the end of the world. With everything seemingly imploding in on itself, there’s one thing we can all try to be: authentic, and that’s the one word that best describes Sydney’s songwriting. There’s a connection felt immediately between Sydney and the listener. She’s able to vocalize everything everyone can’t put into words sometimes, and holds a rhythm that blurs the line between melancholy and elation.

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