Sarah Reeves Remixes Her Pandemic Anthem "Years"

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Pop artist and songwriter Sarah Reeves releases a fresh and an exciting remix of her pandemic anthem, "Years," today. "Years (Skytech Remix)" raises a glass to the unique moment in time reverberated around the world during the historic global health crisis.

The introspective "Years" was written by Reeves, Ian Keaggy and John-Luke Carter during 2020's life-altering quarantine. The singer memorializes her feelings like a time capsule, while penning a reminder that hard times often make for the best stories and the greatest lessons. The remix gets an assist from Skytech, elevating the ballad into a club banger fit for any New Year's sendoff.

A sought-after collaborator, Reeves recently also joined forces with friends Meredith Andrews and Chris McClarney for a passionate rendition of worship anthem "Make Room." Watch the trio of artists perform the track HERE.

Stream or purchase "Years (Skytech Remix)" HERE

Reeves is also taking new music to select cities this spring. Tickets for "An Evening With Sarah Reeves" go on sale today (2/25) at 10 a.m. local time in each market. Each date will feature soulful singer and "American Idol" finalist Clark Beckham, who joined Reeves for a special rendition of "Winter Wonderland" on 2021's critically-acclaimed holiday release, More The Merrier. This will be the first time fans will have the opportunity to see Reeves perform songs live from her latest studio album, Life Love & Madness, since she debuted the project in the middle of the pandemic.

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