Sarah Burton Unveils  New Song “I Hate Goodbyes” Reflecting on Overseas  Long-Distance Relationships

Acclaimed singer-songwriter Sarah Burton captivates music enthusiasts with her latest release, the heartfelt and melodically rich single, “I Hate Goodbyes.” The song serves as a poignant reflection on the challenges and emotions experienced during an overseas long-distance relationship.

Recorded and produced in collaboration with power-pop-rocker Dany Laj, “I Hate Goodbyes” is part of an upcoming album that showcases Burton’s versatile musicality and powerful storytelling. Drawing on the talents of esteemed musicians, the track features the melodic bass lines of Jeannette Dowling, known for her work with Dany Laj and the Looks, and the dynamic drums and percussion of Dusty Campbell.

Burton’s unique writing style on this album effortlessly spans various musical eras, ranging from early 2000s garage rock to nostalgic 60s throwbacks. Each composition masterfully weaves together Burton’s heartfelt lyrics, catchy melodies, and evocative arrangements, creating a sonic experience that resonates with listeners on multiple levels.

“I Hate Goodbyes” serves as an emotional anthem for those navigating the challenges of long-distance relationships, exploring themes of longing, connection, and the bittersweet nature of farewells. The song’s relatable lyrics and Burton’s soulful delivery create a powerful connection with audiences, inviting them to delve into their own experiences of love and separation.

“I Hate Goodbyes” is now available on all major streaming platforms, giving fans an opportunity to immerse themselves in Sarah Burton’s soul-stirring musical world. 

Listeners can look forward to an upcoming album  ‘’64 Magic Queens’’ that promises to be a journey through poignant emotions and timeless melodies.