Last Decade of Love is the debut album from Sheffield singer-songwriter TSARZI. Quirky, catchy and always unpredictable, her unique style of eccentric pop has been compared to artists from Regina Spektor to Kate Bush.
The album is the culmination of four years making music in Sheffield with many wonderful different artists and collaborators. In many ways it is a love letter to the city that made it possible.
Join us at the beautiful Yellow Arch Studios for a celebration with all the stops pulled out. Expect songs about ornaments, crosswords and the end of the world. And possibly party hats.
Support from Banjo Jen
& others announced very soon…
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TSARZI is the solo project of multi-instrumentalist Sarah Sharp. Steeped in nostalgia and dark humour, her unique style of eccentric pop has been compared to artists as diverse as Kate Bush, Amanda Palmer and Regina Spektor.
Since arriving in Sheffield in 2014 she has played in a range of collaborations from folk to synth-pop, including turns with psych-synth merchants Mysteron
and funeral party extravaganza The Unsung
She won the 2017 The South Yorkshire Filmmakers' Network
Weeks2MakeIt Grand Jury prize for her music video Ornaments, a mix of Andy Warhol and Coronation Street (with hammers).
Last Decade of Love is her first album.
Banjo Jen is Sheffield’s “all-singin’, all-dancin’, badass banjo-pickin’ girl”. Since starting out solo in 2017, she's already making waves on the Americana scene.
Highlights so far have included playing in Austin TX during SXSW 2017, being selected by the Americana Music Association UK to play at Red Rooster festival 2018, and supporting the Everly Pregnant Brothers at the 100 Club in London.
Influenced by aspects of folk, country, blues and ‘old-time’ American music, she weaves clever lyrics with catchy melodies and a sprinkling of Appalachian step-dancing, singing songs of sinning and straying, characters and conflicts, of running from the law and of running from yourself.
As her idol Dolly Parton says, ‘We're all just a bunch of sinners, but we do the best we can’. Grab yer cowboy hat and come along for the ride!