‘The Voice’s Sasha Allen Releases Demo for Original Song ‘All My Dreams’
Sasha Allen, who recently made it to the Top 8 of The Voice Season 21 with his dad Jim, has released a demo for an original song called “All My Dreams.” The 19-year-old teased the new track last week on social media, although he hadn’t titled the song yet.
‘The Voice’ Star Sasha Allen Releases Demo Song
Last week on Twitter, Allen shared snippets of two songs he was working on. One was called “Grandma,” and the other was called “Untitled.” He wrote that he might post the entire song the next day. Allen ended up waiting a week, titling the song “All My Dreams” and posting it on Soundcloud.
Allen shared on Twitter that he wrote the song during his time competing on The Voice, when he was “going thru it.” In the lyrics, Allen sings about talking to his therapist and saying he feels “anxious constantly.”
“Now all of my dreams are flickering in front of me / But I can’t seem to gain control,” he sings on the chorus, backed by a simple acoustic guitar. “‘Cause all I see are people surrounding me / Who I don’t even speak to anymore.”
We’re used to hearing Allen singing with his dad, so this is a nice change. The song really shows off the emotion in his voice. Fans are certainly enjoying it, as the song has over 2,000 listens in less than 24 hours.
Is Allen Planning to Release an Album?
Sasha Allen’s Soundcloud account reads, “album pending … posting demos here 4 now.” He’s posted five other tracks over the past year, including “Joke to the Jesters,” “Planetarium,” and “Illustrations of Me.”
Allen has also been teasing fans on Twitter with the possibility that he’ll put out an album soon. The same day he shared the snippet of “All My Dreams,” he posted a list of song titles, including some he’s already released demos for. Allen made it clear that it’s not a tracklist, calling them “potentials.”
The singer encouraged fans to be patient, but he just got them even more excited when he wrote on Christmas Eve that he has “a secret,” adding that he could tell people about it in nine days. That’s January 2, for those keeping track. We look forward to finding out what it is.