Curb | Word Entertainment pop artist and songwriter Sarah Reeves premieres poignant new song, “Years,” today (7/16). The track, which Reeves penned at the height of the global pandemic, is a hopeful ode to an unprecedented year.
“Last year in quarantine, I decided to sit down and write out my feelings,” shares Reeves of the resilient track. “I felt the heaviness of the world, yet I knew it wouldn’t last forever. The hope would come, and we would look back with stories to tell. On the other side of it, I decided to have the song produced and that became ‘Years.’”
“These are the days we’ll talk about for years,” Reeves reflects as she places a lyrical timestamp on this moment in history collectively endured around the world. Produced by Mokita, the introspective “Years” was co-written by Reeves, Ian Keaggy and John-Luke Carter and serves as the first taste of new music from Reeves since Life Love & Madness debuted in the Top 5 of the iTunes Singer/Songwriter album chart upon release last fall.
This year, Reeves has already dropped three new remixes of songs from that acclaimed album, including “Anxious (Mokita Remix),” “Not My Style (R3HAB Remix)” and “Dance To It (Luca Schreiner Remix).” Additionally, the songstress was recently featured on Armin Van Buuren’s latest single, “Tell Me Why,” and on The Belonging Co.’s “Eyes On You” and “Holy Sound,” two tracks from their brand new full-length album, See The Light.
“Years” is available now to download or stream.