Sarah Bradley is a singer-songwriter based in Ottawa, ON. She captivates audiences with her keyboard, soulful voice, and songs that are full of emotion and sincerity. Her musical influences are pulled from a wide array of genres, but her ambient-pop sound remains her own.

Sarah’s solo singing and songwriting has earned her an esteemed spot in the Franco-Ontarian music scene. In 2009, she participated in the competition La Brunante, where she finished in second place. In 2010, she participated in the Ontario Pop contest, where she won the prize of Prix de la Première Chaîne de Radio-Canada. She has experience opening for established Francophone artists such as Louis-Phillipe Robillard at the National Arts Center, Andréa Lindsay, and Caracol.

Sarah is a proud member of Ottawa’s electro scene. In 2011, she joined the electro-indie-rock band FEVERS, whose quick success has had her and her bandmates playing major festivals, including Ottawa Bluesfest, NXNE, Tulip Festival, Capital Pride, JUNOfest and the Festival de l’Outaouais Émergent.


For The Kill represents Sarah Bradley's boldest, most sincere step into the limelight. The five song EP displays Sarah's penchant for honest, personal lyricism and her ability to seamlessly and authentically create music that expresses her love for the pop, R&B and electronic artists who've come before her. For The Kill is a humbling, deeply sincere articulation of the insights, struggles, wounds and emerging triumphs Sarah's life has earned as she has learned to navigate relationships, disappointments and—most poignantly—the needs and virtues of her own heart.

The songs collected on For The Kill testify to Sarah Bradley's profound humanity, as she shows herself able to carry her courage, perseverance, patience, passion and aptitude for joy into lyricism that speaks, in equal measure, to Sarah's heartbreaks and substantial triumphs. On For The Kill listeners receive an honest and delightful portrait of the human being and musician Sarah Bradley sees herself becoming. The smooth, fluid and nuanced arrangements testify to Sarah's powerful self awareness as a musician, while the soul-bearing lyrics of the project express her strength-of-character and the deep emotional intelligence that underscores her presence in the world. For The Kill is a delightful, bittersweet, but ultimately joyous journey into the heart and mind of a remarkable young musician.