Los Angeles, CA – “All the tears I cried have made a garden of me,” sings Sara Jackson-Holman on her second single off her forthcoming album SUPERCINEMATIC. garden of me is an anthemic ode to past selves, a reminder that time softens the sharp edges of suffering. Sweet as spring rain, it is triumphant, glittering, and resplendent– her most optimistic answer to her gnawing obsession– “what do we do with our pain?”
Sara is super excited to release her full album this Friday, December 10th.
Here’s what she had to say about it: “In many ways, I feel like I write because I have to– it is how I make sense of myself and the world. How do I hold grief and love at the same time? How do I practice acceptance and not dissociate? I still don’t really have the answers, but for me, the beauty is found in the question. SUPERCINEMATIC is a soundtrack of my inner world. It is obsessive, emotive, lush– a vessel for my dramatic inner landscape”.