A song about puppy love and awkward teenage years
Picking up from the success of her debut EP in 2021, singer-songwriter SAB steps into a new chapter in her music career with the release of her first single under Tarsier Records and collab with label head Moophs, “I’d Like To.”
“After releasing a mix of chill indie, upbeat, and ballads, I realized I wanted to dive deeper into the indie-pop genre of my song ‘She’ which focused more on having a youthful, natural, and ukulele style,” said SAB.
“I’d Like To” is an indie-pop track that touches on the themes of puppy love and teenage awkwardness that took inspiration from SAB’s personal experience of having a crush on one of her best friends.
With influences from the likes of dodie, Will Jay, and AJ Rafael, SAB co-wrote the song with Moophs who also produced it.
The ukulele-forward track is only the first in the upcoming songs that SAB will release under Tarsier Records to be compiled in an EP. This will serve as follow-up to her debut mini-album “Sunsets and Heaven” released last year under Star Music, which earned features in multiple editorial playlists on various streaming platforms. One of its tracks, “She,” was previously heard in the Korean drama “Flower of Evil” and the local digital series “Hello Stranger.”
Meanwhile, some of Moophs’ most recent projects are “Real” with Markus Paterson, “Nonstop” with Sam Concepcion, and “Afraid” with Russell.
Rekindle the bliss and butterflies from young love and stream SAB and Moophs’ “I’d Like To,” out now on various digital streaming platforms. For updates, follow Tarsier Records on various social media accounts @tarsierrecords.