It has been a promising year for songstress Sasha so far. Following up on her previous single´Skin Deep´, premiered via 1883 Magazine, the London-based artist has now unveiled her brand new single,´Headlights´, via collective, Lemon Zen Records, written independently and produced alongside long-time collaborator Scott Colcombe. With clear influences such as Maggie Rogers and The Japanese House, Sasha falls into the genre of dreamy electronic pop, presenting an interesting and unique blend of organic and electronic soundscapes. Headlights is a chilled and emotive track written about the awkward intensity of not feeling the same way about someone as they do for you, and once again showcases the melancholic yet strong vocals of the gifted singer.

This is the final track that Sasha will be releasing this year as part of a four track project, culminating in a headline show at Servant Jazz Quarters in London on the 28th of November. Find more information via