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New single "Can't Get Comfortable" released by Sweet HayaH on 7/27

Adrian Holman

The veteran indie group Sweet HayaH released their new single titled "Can't Get Comfortable" on Wednesday, July 27th. The title embodies the mood for the group that has been together since 2011 because one can never become comfortable on the music scene.
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The word hayah in the band's name means life in Hebrew and in Arabic. When you listen to this new song, then you will be pouring sweet life into your spirit. Please take a listen for yourself.

Sweet HayaH has been making beautiful music since 2011 while being based out of San Jose and has been touring the nation for a full decade. Their wonderful sound is a fusion of various different genres that allows for Sweet HayaH to remain unique in the music industry.

"Every core member (current or past) has played an instrumental role in defining the super eclectic sound that we've come to perfect today. It's still a sauce that merges retro-soul, reggae, funk, earthly rock, and a dash of Afro-Latin sweetness...We've never followed trends, we've never cared to define our genre very seriously, and we always focused on making sure the music is fun for ourselves, for each other, and for our audiences. What matters is the energy that flows through us and carries onto the crowd or pours out of the records and individual songs we put out. What matters is the intention, the emotions, the authenticity of the messages, the exchange with the listeners."

This transparency is why Sweet HayaH is one of the most well-known indie groups in the Bay area. Previously, the group was part of The Bay Blue Notes back in 2019 for one year. The Bay Blue Notes is the official brass band for the Golden State Warriors, this season's NBA champions.

No new events were listed on the groups website so hire them for a gig so that you will be able to hear this amazing music in person.

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