US country music sweetheart and honoury Brit Sarah Darling has today (Friday, February 21st) shared a brand new track from her breathtaking ‘Campfire Sessions’ project. The new musical venture sees Darling putting her own chilled out “campfire” spin on classic country tracks from years gone by – songs that have helped shape her into the amazing storytelling artist she is today.
Speaking about the ‘Campfire Sessions’ via social media, Sarah Darling said: “Darlings, this has been such a fun series for me to put together! I feel grateful to add my spin to already beautiful songs. I imagine us all sitting around a campfire eating s’mores, singing and laughing”.
Previously she shared a gorgeous version of The Wreckers’ ‘Leave The Pieces’, and followed that up with a stunning take on the Dixie Chicks’ worldwide smash ‘Cowboy Take Me Away’, and now the Iowa native has dropped the third installment in the form of the Lee Ann Womack hit ‘I May Hate Myself In The Morning’ – the divine acoustic take also features beautiful guest vocals from American artist Sam Outlaw.
The two country stars previously worked together last year when Outlaw invited Sarah Darling to duet with him on his heartfelt ballad ‘Forever and Always’ which saw the pair deliver breathtaking, soaring harmonies and the result on this new collaboration builds on that budding relationship they have between their voices.
With ‘I May Hate Myself In The Morning’ Sarah has put her own spin and made it totally her own whilst keeping a tight grip on the songs original charm, while the luscious production from Cheyenne Medders and lilting guitar strings pushes the track to stunning new heights and makes it one of the prettiest sounding songs on the scene right now.
Speaking about the track, Sarah says: “This is the perfect country heartbreak song. I had such a great time recording it with my friend Sam Outlaw and I hope you love it as much as I do”.
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