Faithful ‘Sahara Beck’ is warming up for a fantastic November with her new song ‘Kryptonite’ to be premiered in Formula Indie the November 12th!
Queensland, Australia’s Sahara Beck is known for having one of the most powerful voices.
As a songwriter, she had multiple placings in the International Songwriting Competition, as well as the Nashville-based Unsigned Only Competition and in 2019 she placed in the Top 3 in the illustrious Vanda & Young Songwriting Competition.
She has won numerous Queensland Music Awards as well as the Carol Lloyd Award—affording Sahara the opportunity to record an album with Konstantin Kersting (Mallrat, Tones and I, The Jungle Giants).
On Sahara Beck’s stunning new single “Kryptonite,” doing the wrong thing has never sounded so right. Served up in a cocktail glass of sparkly pop and gleaming synth, it’s a seductive shot of decadence and denial, chased down with hard truths and candid confessions.
“Kryptonite” was crafted by ARIA-nominated producer Tony Buchen (Courtney Barnett, Mansionair, Montaigne).
Her previous single “Crave Me” was added to a number of influential Spotify playlists and received radio support across the globe, including influential stations such as FluxFM Germany, Radio Doble Nueve Peru, 2XM Ireland, Radio Alternative Rock Brazil, Radio One India and ZFM Netherlands.
Sahara was featured on ASIA POP 40 as the #AlternativeChoice.Asia Pop 40’s audience is in the millions, broadcasting to 100+ radio stations across SE Asia, Asia, Middle East, Australasia and N. America.
“Kryptonite” comes off the back of her international collaboration with Purple Disco Machine. She co-wrote and feature on “Can’t Get Enough”(Sweat It Out/Sony Music Europe).
Her music has been featured in a major Queensland Tourism campaign; A Haagen-Dazs TV commercial starring Bradley Cooper, in NBC’s Girlfriend’s Guide To Divorce and other placements.