Fiery, vulnerable songs informed by heartbreak and whiskey alike” - Justin Jacobs

Relix Magazine

A declaration of empowerment... with a wild, unbridled attitude” - Jonathan Aird

Americana UK

Award-winning singer-songwriter-guitarist Sarah King makes her long-awaited full-length solo debut with When It All Goes Down, exploring life’s seismic shifts via her singular strain of Gothic Americana. Produced, engineered, and arranged by David Baron (The Lumineers, Noah Kahan, Darren Kiely), the album sees King weaving classic rock ‘n’ roll, Southern soul, true country, and primal folk-blues into something inspiring and cathartic, deeply personal yet wholly universal. Fired by King’s spellbinding, seen-it-all vocals and rock solid rhythm guitar, When It All Goes Down is filled with songs that are haunting, oft-times harrowing, tales of impossible guilt and inconsolable grief, of raising hell (and the repercussions that follow), of how to stand face to face with the Devil himself yet somehow emerge bigger, better, and badder than before.

SARAH KING announces “temporary farewell” performance at GRAND POINT NORTH FESTIVAL, her last before taking a hiatus due to illness.
The Americana artist received a cancer diagnosis days after the release of her debut album, WHEN IT ALL GOES DOWN, and is now speaking about it for the first time.

Read more about Sarah's thyroid cancer diagnosis here

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