Superjesus Lead Singer, Sarah McLeod To Release Softer EP -
Sarah McLeod, The Superjesus, Mary Boukouvalas, Photo

Sarah McLeod, The Superjesus playing the Espy 2013. Photo By Mary Boukouvalas

Superjesus Lead Singer, Sarah McLeod To Release Softer EP

by Anthony Barton on September 17, 2013

in News

Straying away from the big riffs of her band The Superjesus, Sarah McLeod has announced a new, softer direction for her solo EP.

Due to be released on October 28th, the EP titled ‘96% Love Songbook Part 1’ features the first single ‘Scout’s Honour’ which will be release on October 21st. It marks a new direction for McLeod who has decided to take a softer approach and release an EP of love songs. It is a nod to music from the ’50s and ’60s that she grew up with.

“This style of music has always been my foundation, however in the 90’s I pushed it very firmly aside in order to focus on my ‘grunge’ phase. I never confessed to anyone that my tastes were living in the past, but now I feel I have come full circle and it’s ok for me to just write what comes naturally” said McLeod.

The EP was written entirely by Sarah McLeod, co-produced by her bandmate Stu Hunter (Buffalo Tales, Leroy Lee) and mastered by the Grammy winning William Bowden (Gotye). As an interesting addition to the EP, McLeod has also include a songbook with all of the lyrics and chord changes, for those playing along at home.

To coincide with the EP release, McLeod will embark on a 16 stop National tour that covers most of the country. Check her website for further details: 

Sarah Mcleod will premiere ‘Scout’s Honour’ on Network Seven’s, The Morning Show on September 27th.

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