Sara Niemietz – Don’t Walk Me Home
This isn’t the first appearance of Sara Niemietz on Vodka, but full-disclaimer, Don’t Walk Me Home (seen/heard here) is from Travel Light, Sara’s 2017 long-player and we are using it to announce the release of Get Right, Sara’s latest long-player (March 2019). At the time this review was written, it had not been released yet (it will be available by the time you read this for sure) and there was no video from the new long-player available. That said, all of Sara’s music is deserving of the spotlight.
Don’t Walk Me Home is a bluesy mid-tempo number that will have your feet tapping and your head swaying in no time and Sara’s lyric delivery is so smooth and refreshing it is always pleasing. I do feel that these bluesy, almost piano bar lounge fare are where Sara shines the brightest. The only track on the latest long-player available for preview was Feet Don’t Touch The Floor, which is a nice change-up in style combining that blues/lounge feel with an almost rumba rhythm on the refrain. Sara’s music never disappoints, so I’m sure that the other nine tracks on Get Right will be just as captivating.
You can find more information on Sara Niemietz by heading up to her website and purchase all of her music, including Get Right and Travel Light from her bandcamp.com site. If you have not as yet added Sara’s music to your collection, the time is now!