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Get Ready for Politically Woke Music by Sara Bareilles!

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The popular singer and songwriter Sara Bareilles is gearing up to make some new music. But her new album might be different to the music we usually get out of her. The Brave singer is actually being very brave as she decided to reflect on the current political climate in her upcoming album. Bareilles who is previously known for her exceptional songs like She Used to be Mine and Love Song is planning to delve deeper into music this time. While talking about everything she learnt in the past few years, she decided to include it all in her music. Although we are not sure when this album will be dropping, it’s same to assume that it will be out some time early this year.

Sara Bareilles Talks about Ideas for New Album…

Sara Bareilles- somebody you might remember from the Jesus Christ Superstar Live in Concert musical is planning on releasing a new album soon. But her new music will be different. And that’s because it’s going to be more real as well as politically charged. While talking on the Twitter morning show AM to PM, Bareilles says that being a singer and songwriter, it is essential for her to reflect on the political climate. And to talk about deeper subject matters.

The new album, recorded in Los Angeles, will reflect on what has happened in the past few years. She claimed that in the last 5 years, her relationship with her own activism and advocacy has deepened. And there is more to talk about than just her heartbreak. The singer who enjoys fame for her songs like Waitress and King of Anything has not given out a release date for her new album. But we can be sure that fans will get to experience it some time early this year.

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