Two years in the making, it stars her previous singles ‘Here We Go Again’, ‘I Haven’t Done a Thing Today’ and ‘Queen of Hearts’.
A natural entertainer, she’s graced the stages of Woodford Folk Festival, Blues Festival Byron Bay, The Falls Music & Arts Festival and more. She's scored highly sought-after slots supporting esteemed artists such as Bishop Briggs, The Rubens, Kim Churchill, Ball Park Music, Ocean Alley and Paul Kelly.
Sahara’s music has featured in a major Tourism Queensland campaign; A Haagen-Dazs Bradley Cooper-staring TV Commercial; as well as NBC’s “Girlfriends Guide To Divorce” amongst other sync placements.
Over the last few years, Sahara received third place in the illustrious Vanda & Young Songwriting Competition (for ‘Here We Go Again’), first place in the Unsigned Find International Songwriting Competition, honoured with the 2019 Carol Lloyd Award, and four Queensland Music Awards.