Indie Singer Song Writer Sarah Caltieri’s New Song Out Now

Indie Singer Song Writer Sarah Caltieri’s New Song Out Now

Multi award-winning singer song writer, recording artist and actor Sarah Caltieri is back after a brief hiatus with her new single, Before The Sun Goes Down. 

Caltieri’s seventh studio track is an uplifting fusion of feelgood reggae and classic pop and features her signature powerful yet angelic vocals throughout. 

Written and co-produced with renowned hitmaker, Simon Bradshaw, Before The Sun Goes Down is the follow up to 2021’s self-penned, Yesterdays. 

Commenting on the single, she said, “I’m delighted to be back with Before The Sun Goes Down. It’s the perfect end of summer song with lots of sunshine vibes.”

The Leeds born artist has enthralled global audiences with her powerful voice, music, and inspirational story. At just 23 she lost most of her vision after developing a Type 1 diabetic eating disorder in her teens. Describing her loss of sight as “gaining new vision” she went on to win a wealth of work in the entertainment industry including fronting a beauty campaign for Dove. She has appeared on GMTV’s Lorraine and Scotland’s STV Live at Five as well as local news channels and the national chat show Doctor Doctor. 

A Channel 4 Cutting Edge documentary about her life and recovery has been seen by more than one million viewers. She is a familiar name in international and regional media, including on local radio channels and podcasts.

Influenced by a wide range of artists from different cultures, her soulful delivery and expressive vocals have seen her charted multiple times on the Radio Indie Alliance as well as having her single “If I Said” and her debut album picked as the record of the week on Wolfman Radio. The album was co-produced by triple platinum award winner, Duncan Cameron.

In addition to her work on stage and screen, Sarah’s philanthropy work includes being named an ambassador for the charity JDRF. She has fronted diabetes campaigns Sir Steven Redgrave in Westminster to help provide eye equipment in all UK hospitals and Scotland’s Holyrood to raise awareness of the serious complications of ED-DMT1.

She is currently recording more material to be released later this year. 

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