18 Jun

World Premiere: Tragic Sasha’s New Video Shows Her Sweet and Insane Side in ‘Cake’

What makes an artist an enfant terribles? That’s always a difficult question, but a fun and sarcastic stage name is definitely something that proves you’re an artist that doesn’t take life too seriously. The London-based singer Tragic Sasha is an upcoming pop singer, who is unveiling her artistry bit by bit since her debut in 2016. At the end of May, she dropped her first single of the year and we’re delighted to exclusively premiere the music video for “Cake”.

Tragic Sasha makes alt-pop that’s rather soft and down-tempo, but yet effective at the same time. “Cake” is about serial cheaters and is kind of written as a tongue-in-cheek warning to tread carefully/avoid them like the plague. “I’d stumble across the phrase cake-water, which is 1920’s slang for a ‘ladies man’ and I thought it was perfect.” stated the singer-songwriter about “Cake”.

Wake and bake

In for a threat? Tragic Sasha is showing you how to bake a delicious cake in the visuals for her most recent drop and shows her humor in the three-minute long video. The video, directed by Katie Wood, shows the singer portraying a bittersweet, but at the same time crazy woman. The contradiction between these two very different characters gives a sarcastic touch to the video and makes Tragic Sasha even more adorable.

Photo credit: Scott Colcombe

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