Listen to Sarah's new electronic pop single "Better Things To Come", released March 2021, and featuring guest artist, the late great Malcolm 'Molly' Duncan on saxophone.
Sarah's debut album “Sparks Fly“ is out now on vinyl, with the support of Record Store Day Canada.
Order the album online from her website, and get a special all-in-one price for the album and T-shirt combined, with no extra taxes or charges for postage in Canada and the UK.
You can hear more tracks from Sarah's debut album on streaming platforms and YouTube. She recently released "Blinding Lights", a guitar-driven fem-rock version of the hit song by fellow Canadian The Wkend .
Sarah is from Waterloo, Ontario, and her vocals were recorded in Studio A in Kitchener, Ontario.
Sarah comes from a very musical family, her mother being a singer/songwriter and her father being a singer and a percussionist. Her brother John C. Malcolm is a performer in the Toronto Ontario film and theatre scene.
Sarah's musical influences are Stevie Nicks (Fleetwood Mac), James Taylor, Jann Arden, John Gorka. and Jean McNeill, Sarah's mother.
Sarah is also an artist, painting custom acrylic paintings.
The album is being released by UK-based record label and music publishing company By The Pool Music.
Tracks are co-produced by Nick Coler who has previously worked with Alice Cooper and Kylie Minogue, and several tracks feature Molly Duncan on sax (Average White Band – "Pick Up The Pieces").
Sarah previously featured on tracks released in 2018 by UK production group Bo Jolly.
Malcolm "Molly" Duncan
Several tracks on Sarah Buddy's debut album release feature the legendary late great Malcolm ‘Molly’ Duncan on sax (Average White Band - ‘Pick Up The Pieces’).