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Sujata: ‘My songs convey feelings that I discover troublesome to talk about’




A vocalist has spoken of the explanations behind highlighting points comparable to abortion and the injustices of the caste system by means of her lyrics.

Sujata was raised with a multi-faith background by her grandmother in India, after which by her dad and mom in England.

As a younger 6-year-old lady, Sujata dreamt of turning into a singer. Through childhood bullying and conflicts in her personal group as an grownup, she stated she discovered her expression in singing and writing.

She was then impressed by artists comparable to Dolly Parton, Michael Jackson, The Beatles, Stevie Wonder and Slash.

Sujata stated: “I write lyrics when I’m indignant or unhappy. My feelings simply burst out into lyrics on paper and notes on my keyboard.

“My songs convey feelings that I discover troublesome to talk about”.

Her album ‘She Lives in a Dream’ is a mirrored image of her life experiences, beliefs, points and issues of the center. Sujata’s lyrics highlight matters such because the prevalent injustice of the caste system in Indian tradition (Only One Religion) and abortion of feminine infants (Too Much Rain). 

Produced and organized by Kuljit Bhamra, the music fuses sturdy, rocky guitar chords with ‘in your face’ sitar riffs and tablas. 

To discover out extra about She Lives in a Dream click here



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