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  • Sabrina Carpenter Performs “Espresso”, “Feather” & “Nonsense” on Saturday Night Live

  • American singer-songwriter and actress Sabrina Carpenter appeared on Saturday Night Live to perform “Espresso”, “Feather” and “Nonsense”.

    This marks her musical guest debut on SNL.
    Also, this time, she performed “Feather” and “Nonsense” as a medley.
    “Espresso” was released last month via Island Records. She first performed the song at Coachella 2024.
    The track was written by Amy Allen, Julian Bunetta, Sabrina Carpenter, and Steph Jones. Produced by Julian Bunetta.

    Sabrina Carpenter said of the song in a new interview with Apple Music, “This was one of those times in my life where I just thought I was the shit in the moment. And I think you don’t always feel that way, so you kind of have to capture those moments that you do because that’s how you find those little gems. For me, equating it to caffeine and that addiction was really fun and I definitely have a caffeine addiction as it is. So it really ends up being a full circle for me.”
  • “Feather” and “Nonsense” are featured on her 2022 album “Emails I Can't Send”. (“Feather” is included on the deluxe edition)
    “Feather” was written by Sabrina Carpenter, Amy Allen, and John Ryan who also produced the track.
    “Nonsense” was written by Sabrina Carpenter, Steph Jones, and Julian Bunetta who also produced the track.
    She performed two songs during Taylor Swift’s The Eras Tour as opener.
    Last year, she recording another version of “Feather” for Spotify.

    She said of another version of “Feather”, “This version compared to the original version of 'Feather' is way less pop. And it's super funky and I think this is a really cool opportunity for the musicality of the song to show through. The song has so much attitude so it's really fun to be able to kinda express that in this version.”

  • Sha said of “Nonsense”, “Genuinely, I just could not stop writing fake versions of the chorus. Basically, we were, like, we know the song is nonsense, we know the chorus, so we took a few of those lyrics that we love, that we were dying over, and we put them in the outro of the song. It’s cool that that kinda song was able to make it in the record, because I really think that also it shows my stupid sense of humor.”
  • source : NBC
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