Sara Berki has today released her second single, “Good Enough”, an up-vibe slice of throwback country which takes elements of classic country, presented through a modern lens. The track is the follow-up to Sara’s breakout debut single, “Falling Off the Heartline”, which was released earlier this year.

The Bowral based singer-songwriter made an impressive debut with “Falling off the Heartline”, which received major playlisting and radio airplay support – not an easy feat for a heartbreak ballad, produced entirely with organic instruments and true country grit.

Both tracks were written by Sara and are reminiscent of breakthrough singer-songwriters of recent years, such as Kacey Musgraves, Hayley Whitters and Ingrid Andress. Both songs are part of a five song EP to be released in October which was produced by Simon Johnson (Troy Cassar-Daley) and mastered by Grammy Award winner, William Bowden (Gotye).

Sara commented on the song, “Good Enough was one of those songs that felt so organic, so easy and it was a pleasure to write it. The story of the song is about when that one person comes along and accepts and loves you unconditionally for everything you are, almost questioning “Why did you ever put up with anything less than you’re worth?”. Which is the love that was “just good enough”. Musically, it’s playful, hoppy and sweet. I wanted people to feel what I felt about this song and I can only be hopeful that they will”.

In addition to showing extraordinary songwriting promise, Sara is also lighting up audiences with her live performances. Sara was one of the highlight artists at the 2022 Toyota Tamworth Country Music Festival, with her honest and engaging presence creating a buzz around the industry.

With an EP to follow in October and more music in works, this is just the beginning for Sara Berki.