Sydney Sprague releases new single FOMO

Sydney Sprague releases new single FOMO

Honored to release Sydney’s incredibly touching single, FOMO, from her upcoming EP Bad Patchwork.   You can take a listen here! smarturl.it/spragueFOMO   Lyrics: I can’t even I can’t not Think about leaving when the times get hard The clock keeps ticking A forward March Into the oblivion Into the infinite stars The weight of it keeps me on my toes   Where you wanna go, You just wanna pace in the middle of the road Or you just wanna stay, You don’t really know why it feels like home You just gotta go right now, Maybe it’s the fear of missing out   Can someone tell me what I am I don’t remember and I don’t understand The way you see right through me But not at all Not translucent, not a bulletproof wall   Where you wanna go, You just wanna pace in the middle of the road Or you just wanna stay, You don’t really know why it feels like home You just gotta go right now, Maybe it’s the fear of missing out...
Sydney Sprague enchants 80/20

Sydney Sprague enchants 80/20

So excited to have Indie-Pop Folk artist Sydney Sprague as the newest member of the 80/20 fam.  And guess what?  Her newest single F O M O is dropping next week following her new EP, Bad Patchwork, coming out next month.   FB: facebook.com/sydneysprague IG:  @sydneysprague Web: http://www.sydneysprague.com/   About Sydney Sprague: Sydney Sprague is an Indie-Pop Folk artist currently based out of Phoenix, Arizona. Born in Austin, Texas, Sydney absorbed the music that surrounded her which inspired a career as an artist in 2008.   Lending her unique voice to universal themes like love, conflict, vengeance, and someone named “Steve”; Sydney followed up her last EP, Dark Cloud, with Bad Patchwork released under 80/20 Records. Often compared to heady artists including Alanis Morisette, Michelle Branch and Feist gives truth to the broad range of Sydney’s immense songwriting talent and vocal prowess. “Any powerful woman in music should be on the edge of their seat for what is to come next.” (Rhi Ramsay, Music Existence)....