LOS ANGELES, CA – Said the Sky is set to release his second album, “Sentiment” on February 18 via Lowly. In contrast to Said The Sky’s upbeat debut album, “Wide-Eyed”, Sentiment takes a darker approach to the electronic-pop crossover genre. The core of what Sentiment is stems from something more emotionally heavy than some of Said the Sky’s previous work. Collaborators include: Illenium, Chelsea Cutler, Motion City Soundtrack, State Champs, We the Kings, Jack Newsome, FRND, Parachute, Lil Lotus, Olivver the Kid, The Maine, Boy In Space, and Caly Bevier.
“Sentiment is about recognizing that sometimes things get tough and that’s ok. It’s human. Nobody is ever alone in feeling alone.” -Said the Sky
Said the Sky’s February 11th release, “Walk Me Home” with Illenium and Chelsea Cutler quickly crossed over 1.8 million streams on Spotify and peaked at number 12 on the US Dance Charts. The song has been supported through Spotify Editorial Playlists including New Music Friday, Dance Rising, Friday Cratediggers, Dance Alert, and New Pop Picks. The music video for “Walk Me Home” can be watched here.
The focus track of the album, “Emotion Sickness”, encapsulates the signature pop punk sound and was written with Will Anderson of Parachute. Emotion Sickness is about loving the highs and lows of a toxic relationship. As in the lyric, ‘You’re the cause that cures the symptoms, my unfortunate addiction’, Will Anderson perfectly compliments the alternative pop production of the song. The lyric video for “Emotion Sickness” can be watched here.
Said The Sky’s US headline tour is kicking off March 8, 2022 for 36 shows across the country.