Eleven presents: Sarah Carton – Lemon

Emerging British singer, poet and producer, Sarah Carton shares her latest single “Lemon”, available on all digital stores.

The song includes catchy lyrics that recall an experience from the artist’s past, in fact about the song, Sarah said: “I wanted to celebrate the strength of female friendships and the empowerment they can bring following a break-up. The song’s based on a time I found out a guy I was seeing was talking to another girl just before I went on holiday. My friends helped me through and by the end of the trip I’d stopped noticing his calls”.

Behind the scenes, let’s know more about the artist: After storming into the scene in 2020 with her spoken word and bedroom-produced debut single ‘Beaches on the Thames’ and with over 700,000 streams on Spotify alone, emerging British artist Sarah Carton has been moving from strength to strength. 2020 saw her land on the radar of BBC Introducing, Spotify Editorial playlists (‘Your Office Stereo’, ‘Office Studio’, ‘Choice Edit’), Amazing Radio’s ‘C List’ playlist, Unsigned Guide & CD Baby’s ‘Spotlight’ and even UK luxury retailer, Selfridges, choosing ‘Beaches on the Thames’ as a runner up for their ‘Tune Into Nature’ prize last autumn. 2021 has seen the release of her second track ‘Beautiful Boy’ and latest single ‘Homesick’, with rapidly up-and-coming Irish duo, ‘49th & Main’ (49th & Main recently featured on 2021’s ‘Love Island’ and Spotify’s ‘Our Generation’ & ‘Serotonin’ playlists), which has been a huge success so far; picked up by BBC Introducing and premiered by CLOUT.

Lemon” is characterized by a brilliant vocal performance and a charming sound, don’t miss it!

WATCH THE OFFICIAL MUSIC VIDEO BELOW!

Listen below (Sarah Carton – Lemon) via our Pop playlist :

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