"And my father said, oh yes, you can." - Sara Alina
St. Petersburg, Florida (PRWEB) October 03, 2013
This week, Sara Alina begins her journey and dream of letting the world into her life through her music with the release of the single “No Love” from her forthcoming self-titled CD. The 16 year old, Berklee College of Music trained student’s offering is a whimsical twist of a fun teenage life mixed with the experiences of a maturing young lady. The result of this creative endeavor is continuous funky pop groove that is befitting of residence on any iPod.
“‘No Love’ is simply a humorous tale of breaking up with a significant other. I know breakups are never easy, but this song shows that they are not the end of the world and sometimes they are a bit humorous,” states Sara Alina. She adds, “While I was writing I kept hearing a melody that fit the lyrics, so as I played this out on my piano, everything seemed to come together.”
The Vienna, Austria native may be young, but her musical taste is very vast. She was introduced to the classics of her homeland from her father Hans who is a musical playwright. Now living in St. Petersburg Florida, she is focused exposing everyone to the soundtrack of her life—the life of a 16-year-old young woman who enjoys and loves everything about her life.
“No Love” is available on iTunes and many other music download sites and is distributed by Music Productions by JKL Inc./ Bungalo Records / Universal Music Distribution.