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Fresh from touring with Eskimo Joe frontman Kev Temperly, Sydney / Eora indie-pop songstress Sarah Yagki is today announcing her forthcoming sophomore EP (out March 3), with the release of heartfelt title-track ‘I Love You, I Lied’.

Known for delivering intimate pop-edged stories, brimming with earworm melodies and powerful vocals, Sarah Yagki’s creative process is directly influenced by her own experiences with songwriting acting as a coping mechanism for her PTSD.

“I generally have trouble remembering and reflecting on moments due to my PTSD, and songwriting helps me process and articulate moments that I can’t compartmentalise in life,” Sarah explains.

“My EP’s central message is the process of loss, with the title-track exploring the sense of chaos that occurs after you lose people.”Produced by Sarah Yagki and James Guildo at Obseen Recordings in St Leonards, the ‘I Love You, I Lied’ EP sees Sarah exploring new territories within her sound, drawing upon influences including Halsey, Avril Lavigne and Blackbear to create a popscape that is all her own.