Sara Savery is a Danish singer based in Brooklyn, known as a vocalist and instrumentalist from Blue Foundation, People Press Play, and Ghost Society. With her new project, Drop The Gun, she takes her production skills to seriously smooth and groovy depths, heading further into the atmospheric electronic pop territory that her previous work only hinted at. There are things happening with Drop The Gun that make it feel like just the beginning of a long ride with much more to come. Check out this intimate session, recorded live at Serious Business Music in DUMBO, Brooklyn.
Drop The Gun’s debut, self-titled EP is available now.
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