Pop • 23m
As part of the GRAMMY Museum’s Programs at Home, Moderator Scott Goldman talks with indie-pop singer-songwriter Sara Kays about her viral single “Remember That Night?” and her new song “Future Kids.” Sara initially performed a brief acoustic rendition of “Remember That Night” on TikTok and the short snippet immediately blew up, garnering nearly 3M views. Following the positive fan reaction, Kays worked quickly to officially finish and release the song which has gone on to amass over 93M global streams. “Remember That Night?” follows the release of Sara’s seven-track EP Camera Shy, which features the emotionally vulnerable streaming favorites, “No Matter The Season,” “Smaller Than This,” and “Chosen Last.”
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