22 year old Savannah Roberts is an indie-folk musician, who resides in London since the completion of her music degree.
She is originally from a seaside town in South Devon and her roots provide ongoing inspiration for her music.
Savannah just released her debut album ‘Lemon & Honey’, which covers themes of nostalgia and growing up.
The project was written, recorded, filmed and edited by Savannah and her team completely remotely during the first lockdown.
The album features 11 enchanting tracks as she narrates over stand out memories from her childhood, which are accompanied by home movies as gentle instrumentals play in the background.
Savannah has used these wonderful memories in order to craft lyrics that leave the audience feeling nostalgic for their own memories of growing up and the pleasant melodies radiate towards our ears.
It is hard to choose a favourite as all the songs shine with the same sentiment towards yesteryear, however Savannah delivers that little bit more towards the end of the album.
Rosy glistens with its heartfelt verses and the vocal harmonies are sublime.
Dear Class of 2020 continues with the same beautiful harmonization whilst also treating us to the tender sound of the guitar.
Carousel stirs with the haunting melody emanating from the stringed instruments.