Sabriel Drops Stunning Single ‘Fox in the Henhouse’

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Las Vegas based singer, Sabriel, has recently released her brand-new single titled “Fox in the Henhouse.” The track is now available to stream on Spotify!

Sabriel uses her craft to create beautiful, yet vulnerable pieces of music that is sure to resonate to the listener. “Fox in the Henhouse” is one of those masterpieces. Her soulful vocals flow exquisitely the simple, yet affective, instrumentation. There is an elegance about it that you just can’t get enough of. Her soulful sound is highly unique and you will be hooked on this song instantly. It will captivate you and leave you craving for more.

When talking about the songwriting process for “Fox in the Henhouse,” Sabriel expresses;

“I remember what I was feeling in my physical body when I wrote it. I was experiencing the sensation of butterflies in my stomach and it wouldn’t go away. My mind and heart were unaware, but my body was working to protect me from an emotionally harmful situation. That’s where the lyrics “I felt it in my stomach…” and “But these weren’t butterflies, they were warning signs…” came from.”

This is the first single the songstress has released from her upcoming album. The collection of songs that she will be releasing showcases her reflections on the journey she has gone through in order to grow and to find herself. We are expected to see tracks that are just as raw and vulnerable as this one. An honest piece of work that everyone needs to keep their eye on.

When speaking of the album, she explains;

“I want to achieve vulnerability through these songs, so that others can have a better understanding of their own experiences too.”

Sabriel is a singer that you don’t want to miss out on. Be sure to follow her on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram for further updates!

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