Alternative pop musician Sadie Nix is now located in Brighton, rapidly becoming one of the most intriguing new artists in the music business because of her mature, assured approach and unique perspective.
A lifetime love and admiration for music are deeply ingrained in Sadie Nix’s artistic expression. She has always been intrigued by the unique abilities of music, whether it is to repair a wounded heart or bring 80k people together.
Sadie was able to devote all of her attention to writing and recording her music while she was under quarantine. Sadie Nix began her music career at 38, which imparts a particular sense of maturity and self-assurance to her work.
Because of this, her music will particularly appeal to individuals seeking a richer, more genuine sound than anything else on the market and those who want to appreciate music in its most basic form.
This summer, Sadie Nix is busier than ever as she prepares to release her much anticipated first album, “Friends Get You Killed,” and she recently released her debut song, “Same Song.”
Sadie Nix’s desire to connect with her love of music drives her to be ready to offer sincere performances and passionate vocals at every opportunity.
You may read the transcript of the interview we held with her below.
1- Where did you come from, where are you based now, and why?
I was born in California and moved around quite a lot as a kid as part of a military family. I now reside in Brighton, UK, where I have been for nearly 16 years.
2- What first got you into music?
Music was always played in my house, and I took a considerable interest in it from an early age, starting with singing and then moving into songwriting.
3- What is the message behind the Same Song?
I think the story is one many people can relate to. It is about being with someone you have given so many chances to, and every time they mess up, you get the same excuses or the “same song”, and you finally get sick of hearing it and moving on.
4- Who’s your ideal musician to collaborate with, and why?
There are so many, but I think right now, I would really love to work with Jack Antonoff. He has been involved with some of my most recent favourite albums and singles, and collaborating with him would be a dream.
5- If you could change anything about the industry, what would it be?
The emphasis on social media….I am terrible at it, which puts me at a disadvantage in promoting my music. Labels now target people with many followers, even if they are not musicians, etc. They have a built-in fanbase, and whilst social media is an excellent tool for indie artists, it is also time-consuming and takes away from the process of making music.
6- Describe your favourite part about being a musician and what you dislike.
I love starting with a simple lyric or melody and seeing what happens with it; often, what you think it might be or sound like is the complete opposite of what it becomes… The same Song started out as more of an acoustic country song!
7- What’s the most important lesson life has taught you?
That you can’t control how others feel or think about you or what you do, so it is pointless to spend time worrying about it. All that matters is that you are happy with what you are doing and if others like it too, that is a bonus!
8- What do you wish you had more time for?
Music, to be honest, I still have a pretty demanding full-time job, so having more time to write and produce would be a dream.
9 – What is next for Sadie Nix?
The big thing is finishing the album! It is a long process, especially when you still have a full-time job. I also want to start playing some live shows, so it is all about time!