The Top 30 Albums Of 2019 (So Far): Sasami – 'Sasami'

1 July 2019 | 1:44 pm | Lauren Baxter

'The Music' team on the albums you need to hear from 2019.

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"Ashworth's songwriting often presents itself as a lens through which the listener can see themselves, dissolving barriers between the artist and audience." – Roshan Clerke 

Sasami Ashworth’s debut solo offering is a sidestep away from her previous output with Cherry Glazerr and into the fog. It’s fuzzy and melancholic, with train-of-thought musings that feel both self-prescriptive and healing – a sonic processing of emotions with broader relevance and appeal. 

It poses singular questions of love and loss, finding solace in their universality: "Thought I was the only one/Turned out I was everyone."

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