For those in the mood for some introspective indie rock by someone who isn’t afraid of speaking out, Sydney Sprague is your next must-listen.
Having daydreamed about being a musician when she was a kid while surrounded by her Britney Spears and *NSYNC posters, it’s a little surprising that Sydney Sprague ended up becoming a singer-songwriter with a penchant for guitar licks and introspective lyrics.
Hailing from Phoenix, Arizona, the 28-year-old rocker has just released her new single ‘i refuse to die’ under her new label Rude Records, and it’s one of the most intriguing indie rock songs to have been blasted from our speakers at Tone Deaf.
Couple that with an outspoken streak that involves openly discussing the political climate in America (she even penned a Trump diss track called ‘A-Bomb’ back in 2018), there’s definitely something about Sydney Sprague.
So to figure out what makes Sydney tick, we decided to set her down for a chat as part of our popular Get To Know series.
Check out ‘i refuse to die’ by Sydney Sprague: