Americana Highways brings you this premiere of Sara Petite’s song “Forbidden Fruit” from her forthcoming release The Empress, due to be available on June 9 via Forty Below Records. The album was produced by Grammy nominee Eric Corne (Sam Morrow, Jaime Wyatt).
Hearty piano and then “I’m the fall / I’m the sin your mama warned you about” set the stage for this song that’s all about what its title implies. Forbidden Fruit. “Eve says to Adam, come here lover boy…” Sultry and exciting.
Like Bob Marley said, “If she’s easy, she won’t be amazing. If she’s worth it, you won’t give up. “Forbidden Fruit” is a song written with my friend John Eddie. It’s an ode to Wanda Jackson, Nancy Sinatra, Peggy Lee, Mickey and Silvia and AC/DC. It’s a cheeky tryst through the garden of Adam and Eve from the perspective of a strong sensual female very much in charge of her life and sexuality. The play between the feminine, masculine and that damn old snake. — Sara Petite
Find the music here: https://fortybelow.ffm.to/forbiddenfruit
Enjoy our previous coverage here: REVIEW: Sara Petite’s “Rare Bird” Is Breathtakingly Beautiful