In this Emerging Headliner interview powered by JBL, L.A-based singer, songwriter and producer Chrxstal Sarah shares how with her new single, Gaia's Children, and something called a sound bath, she hopes to heal mother earth – she’s got a certificate and everything. Allow Headliner to explain…
Chrxstal Sarah’s blissed-out new single, Gaia's Children, ponders what kind of world her future children may grow up in, and sees her grappling with the unrelenting uncertainty at the current state of the planet. It’s timely then, that when Headliner catches up with the burgeoning talent at her home in L.A, it’s pouring with rain.
“It's been raining so much,” she says – her tone warm and pleasing (Headliner can tell she can sing just by speaking to her). “Everyone's kind of losing it because I feel like we've never had this much rain, so everyone doesn't know how to drive and doesn't know how to function,” she laughs.
Growing up in a religious household in L.A, Sarah was raised on gospel music and motown, then later latched onto Radio Disney, then made her way through rock, indie, and in college when she wanted to learn how to DJ, EDM.
“Each phase of my life introduced new music to me in really cool ways,” she shares. “That sparked my creativity and helped me develop my sound, although not really any particular sound, in a weird way.
"Music can shape and form the experiences you have and be so monumental to you at different points in your life,” she muses. “It can be what you need in the moment.”