Sabella is a singer-songwriter / local farmer /
earnest truth-seeker / independent woman / dork,
who originally did her thing in her hometown of
Plymouth, Massachusetts and is now doing her thing
in other places, too. Her first EP was released
in December 2012. It was called Farm Fingers, and
it showcased her warm, urgent style and graced a
variety of venues over the past half-year.
Her music feels like warm rainy days, a cup of tea,
hugs, good advice, admitting your human frailty,
which is all very good.
It is important, however, to see Hayley live, if
you want to get a sense of what’s really going
on here. Her live shows are energetic, thoughtful,
sincere, and intimate. On stage, what you see is
a well-dressed girl with a nice guitar and a rad
haircut, dancing around a bit while singing about
friends, family, God, and the problems we all have
with all three of those things. What you are actually
getting is a night with a full-formed honest-to-god
human being, a beautiful soul, a dear friend, and
a person you will want to watch over the years.
In other words: Hayley Sabella is art with a heartbeat.
She is currently preparing for her next album, King
Solomon, which will be ready and all over the internet
in the near future.