I’m in love. The fact that I haven’t heard of Sarah Blasko before makes me question the time I spend watching Lil B videos (#BasedGod). This first one is “Seems Like Old Times”, a song performed by Diane Keaton in Woody Allen’s Annie Hall. Right now I’ve got a candle lit, I’ve got a glass of red wine, and in a million ways this song perfect. It’s a slow, emotional song with sparse piano accompaniment and carried by Sarah’s chilling voice. It’s a love song, but I get something slightly unsettling out of the tone. Or maybe that’s a whole other story. Sidenote: I played that last touch of piano (from 2:10 on) over about 10 times.
Next up is Sarah’s video for “No Turning Back”. Same delicate voice, but this time over pounding drums and paired with dream-like animation. Again, this girl blows me… wait for it… out of the water. This Tuesday August 10th, Sarah Blasko’s haunting new collection of songs, As Day Follows Night (Dramatico Records), hits stores stateside. Preorder here. I want.
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