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The Karachi based -, Sara Haider believes "as a vocalist, I want to be as versatile as I can be in a few years - be able to sing ghazals and pop and rock and jazz and whatever else i like to listen to. I think the ultimate goal is just to continue to learn and grow as a musician and to work with different people - to move forward." Indeed Sara's music is unconfined in both melody and lyric yet aficionado's will undoubtedly detect the evocative strains of Sufi music within it.
As an artist, Sara continues to be inspired by the likes of Faiz, Rumi, Ella Fitzgerald, Peggy Lee, Simon & Garfunkle, The Police, Lauryn Hill, Nayyara Noor, Strings, The Beatles, John Mayer, Nazia Hassan, Stevie Nicks, Geeta Dutt, Phoenix, Adele, Imogen heap, and Pakistan's very own Zeb and Haniya. She is currently working on various musical projects and to this end is collaborating with composer/musician Ahsan Bari as part of Nritaal creating compositions and melodies inspired by the poetry of Hazrat Amir Khusro and Faiz Ahmed Faiz, Her music is unconfined in both melody and lyric yet aficionado's will undoubtedly detect the evocative strains of Sufi music within it.
At Ufone Uth Records 2.0, Sara Haider will be performing her song 'Main Tere Saath Hoon' which is based on the concept of separation anxiety that can occur while maintaining relationships. About the lyrics Sara Haider said, "I have kept the lyrics as simple and minimal as possible along with the melody so that they don't break the laid-back feel of the track, but also so that it remains open to interpretation." Her support and session musicians for her episode in Ufone Uth Records 2.0 are Bass Guitarist Ali Haider (Nritaal), Imam Hamdani as the lead guitarist, Louis J "Gumby" Pinto for Percussions, Sameer Ahmed for Bass and Hildegunn Oisethon trumpet.