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Savannah Sgro’s Newest Track, “Waiting For The Part” Drops Today!

by The Alchemist

Born and raised in Las Vegas, and now a Nashville native of three years; Savannah Sgro is an independent singer/songwriter specializing in sad girl pop. In November 2018, Savannah started releasing a series of singles to lead up to her debut EP, “Phobia”, that now has over 20 million streams across all streaming platforms. New singles and tour dates are to come in 2020.

Her newest song, “Waiting For The Part” has a ton of emotion right from the very first word spoken. She talks about how she often has self-sabotaged many of the relationships she’s been involved in, as most of us have at some point. The production is very smooth, and has some very catchy synth elements. Check out the catchy track below.

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