Whim - “Mouths” [Single] (Fluff and Gravy)

Add Date: 11/06/18
FCC: Clean
Formats: College & Modern Rock Specialty

Artist Info: In October of 2013, 17-year old Sarah Isabella DiMuzio walked into a hidden recording studio, armed with an acoustic guitar, a banjolele, and a wistful voice that was impossible to ignore. That studio was the recording arm of Portland's Fluff and Gravy Records, and label head John Shepski and recording engineer Juniana Lanning were both immediately taken by the earnestness and immediacy of Sarah's music. Under her stage moniker, Whim, she self-released the 4-song Small Infinity – EP via Bandcamp, catching the attention of the Portland Mercury as well as Northwest Music Scene. It also caught the attention of independent filmmakers, Sean & Matthew Kohnen, and Sarah was hired to write and record 4 additional songs for the feature film, The Funeral Guest.

At age 19, Sarah would move to Galway, Ireland, where she recorded her first full-length album, 400 Days. At the same time, she began licensing her music regularly for television (her songs have appeared in New Girl and Catfish among other). Upon moving back to the US and residing for a time in Nashville, the world of music publishing became a reliable source of income, and career in music began to look sustainable.

Now at the age of 22, Sarah has moved back to Portland and will be partnering with Fluff and Gravy Records for a full-length Whim album, titled Abuzz in the Abyss, to be released in the Spring of 2019. The first single is the impossibly catchy indie-pop gem, "Mouths", to be released on November 2, 2018.