Sarah grew up in Hobart, Tasmania, and took a keen interest in drums at the age of 15. She
was self-taught through her teenage years and was heavily influenced by punk-rock bands
like Blink 182, Sum 41, and The Offspring.
In 2014 Sarah made the move to Melbourne and
began studying under the legend Dan
Kerby at DK Drums Academy (Educator, Bliss n Eso & 28 Days), which has really taken her
playing to the next level.
Analogue Hope released their debut EP in 2020, and have since dropped two epic singles
There’s Always Time and Pockets - which received radio play on Triple J’s Short.Fast.Loud.
Sarah has since returned to her hometown, Hobart, but that hasn’t held her back. She’s
been fortunate enough to work as a drum tech for Catholic Guilt at several major events
including Full Tilt Festival, and for Bliss n Eso on The Sun tour in Hobart.
She is currently working on a new project which has pushed her to new heights as a
musician. Stay tuned for an announcement later this year.