There’s something about Bishop Briggs’ music. If you haven’t heard Sarah McLaughlin yet, she’s been slowly dropping singles since 2015 (under the name Briggs and then Bishop Briggs), when her soulful voice was discovered at a local bar in Los Angeles. In every song, the beats are forceful, stunning the listener with each overwhelming punch. She’s raw, gritty and emotional, but at the same time, powerful and steady. And every lyric is intentional. In her latest release, “Be Your Love,” she seamlessly transitions from impassioned affirmations of love to softer, more intimate moments. But one thing is clear; she refuses to give up or let go as the tide rises and falls.