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Cali Trio Bahari Drop Dance Infused Track “Savage”

The trio of progressive young women, Bahari, know how to stir up the status quo with their music. As evidenced by their independent releases “Fucked Up” and “For What It’s Worth,” and adamant support of the youth movement for gun control, these lovely ladies are in a position to set the world on fire with their unique sound. Marching along with the confident combination of musical experimentation and lyrical innovation, the SoCal alternative pop threesome have released their latest song, “Savage”.

The group comprised of Ruby Carr, Natalia Panzarella and Sidney Sartini are here to make some noise! Channeling the inner tensions that run through us all, Bahari takes the track title to heart. We find the superwomen teasing about a wild love capable of manic destruction with a stiletto kicking narrative that masterfully captures a rollercoaster ride of emotions that range from heaven to hell. Incorporating vivid storytelling with an expertly packaged sound that adds to the sense of organized chaos, Bahari brings out the best of their collective talents. “Savage” is a testament to the refreshing sound of pop music with more adult sensibilities, appealing to discerning listeners who appreciate meaningful dialogue across a terrain of lush melodies. Setting the bar high for the rest of the indie alternative pop universe, Bahari commands your attention in whatever space they occupy. A full album is slated for Summer 2018 (Drizzy voice).

As they continue to incorporate more and more Dance Music elements to their music, the sky is the limit for this trio from Cali. The outstanding vocals, paired with undeniable lyrical prowess have them in a position to dominate soundwaves for the foreseeable future! Keep an eye out on these ladies, things are about to POP OFF!

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