“It’s been a journey,” Sarah Miles says. “I've been through heartbreak, moved to New York City, found love, moved to Atlanta, went on the road, and explored collaborating with other songwriters and producers. I've grown so much as a person and as an artist."
Sarah Miles has garnered comparisons to a broad array of artists such as Kelsea Ballerini, Christina Perri, Maren Morris, and Colbie Caillat. She has gorgeously flowing dynamics as a singer, capable of euphoric skyward melodies and intimately fragile phrasing. Her songwriting is empowering, authentic, and stylistically touches upon pop, country and folk. It’s an infectious blend of accessible song-craft and bold emotional candor. “I like to write songs that are relatable to everyone,” Sarah says of the warm intimacy inherent in her songwriting.
Sarah’s song, Something About You, won numerous songwriting awards in Nashville, and was aired on NBC's, The Voice. She’s toured or opened for acclaimed singer-songwriters such as Rachel Platten, Sister Hazel, Teddy Geiger, Tony Lucca, Ingram Hill, Matt Duke, Tyler Hilton, and Pat McGee.
Sarah’s recent single, Addictive has 400,000 streams on Spotify to date, and her latest single, Don’t Look Down, produced and co-written by Chris Gelbuda (Meghan Trainor) will be released on 9-30-16.
You can also hear Sarah's vocals on the new TBS television show, Angie Tribeca.