Singer-songwriter Sid releases new EP

Sid is a singer-songwriter and producer originally from Mumbai now in London.  He started producing music back in grade school.


His musical inspirations include Lauv and Ed Sheeran.

His genre is defined by neon-drenched synths, acoustic elements and punchy drums.  Bridges, his new EP, is comprised of three-tracks, “Bridges”, “Connection” and “Fire”. 

The release touches on the songwriter’s move to London and his hopes of building new bridges, making new connections and establishing real ones.

Sid discusses “Bridges”

I go on walks by the Thames quite frequently, and the idea of ‘Bridges’ as a project came about from running across them daily.

Sid discusses “Connection”

The most prominent of these was loneliness, made stronger by the isolating times we currently are in. I wrote this song, venting out a loss of momentum, a lost sense of direction.

Sid discusses “Fire”

I met an individual who made me change my perspectives on life entirely – in a positive way, of course. Every bridge has two ends. This song is about seeing the other end of your bridge and wanting to reach it. It is undoubtedly and unashamedly, a love song, and I think it has some of the best verses I have ever written.

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