Welcome to a new Space Discovery,
Today we are flying directly to Manhattan, New York to meet an incredible new artist called Sautereau.
Her beautiful songwriting made us fall in love with her, and we will present this music project with her latest single “What If”.
Listening to this song, we felt like we were living the words and story told by Sautereu, in a charming and very seductive New York. The song is indeed an ode to this amazing city, and the track’s lyrics do the job of immersing the listener in her love story.
Did it ever happen to you to be with someone special and wonder: what if? Well, we did many times, and that’s why we found this song so catchy and relatable.
The production and sound design are top-notch in this release, Sautereau presents herself with a solid pop melody and vocal performance accompanied by her acoustic guitar. The instrumentation that supports the song embraces perfectly the core of the arrangement. The vibes of the song capture you easily, in an Ed Sheeran-esque tune that can be the perfect pilot screenplay for a new tv-series based in New York.
Let’s now pass the mic to Sautereau and see what she has to say.
Welcome to Space Sautereau!
Congratulations on your single “What If”! Briefly present yourself to our Space Travellers!
What’s the story behind your latest release?
“What If” reflects the feeling of hitting it off with someone for the first time as you relive all those little memories that are crisp in your mind. It’s also an ode to New York and the first song I wrote after spending time here for a little bit.
What are your plans for the future?
I’m currently based in New York studying music. I’m writing as much as I can right now, trying to dig deeper and develop my sound. Currently onto producing the next tracks that
I’m looking to wrap up with my last two releases “Conversation Hearts” and “What If” into an EP by the end of the year.
If you had a time machine, in which era would you travel and which kind of music would you bring with you in the past?
It’s more easily said than done and I don’t want to disregard all the things that have evolved for the better since then within our society but I would love to go back to the 70s and get a taste of the early singer-songwriter movement live, hear Carole King, James Taylor, Elton John, at their start… And on a different energy, seeing QUEEN live too, as one of many examples , would be crazy.
With that, just a taste of a word without the internet and cell phones would be interesting too. I’d bring bedroom pop / digitally produced popular music with me, just to see what that would lead to, but I wouldn’t want to alter the magic of that era.