Video: Sarah P. – I’d Go

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Below, you can watch Sarah P.‘s new video “I’d Go“, taken from “Free“, her newly released EP & solo debut after leaving her previous band Keep Shelly in Athens.

This is obviously a homemade video (the song is also homemade, btw – I recorded its vocals at home with my phone). The past two years I’ve been constantly searching for the home I’ve come to find in Berlin. Now, all happy and settled, I’m celebrating by sharing my music and a video that’s showing the real me. I’m not the “mystery girl”, I’m not the “mysterious Sarah P.” – I never was. I’m a childish woman and nobody can stop me from being one. If there’s anything I stand for with all my heart is the “Go be you” motto!” – Sarah P.

Video directed by Kemara Pol. In case you missed it, check out Sarah’s Q&A session with our blog here.

“Free” is the EP newly released by Sarah P., its cover art depicting a full-grown yet embryonic yin yang, promising messages of peace & rebirth, renewal, and, essentially: freedom. The artist Sarah P., having recently separated from the popular indie group Keep Shelly In Athens (in which she was lead singer), clearly enjoys the freedom of music making as a solo artist. This latest endeavor is a love letter to her inner psyche, to the rich and untamed expression within — “I wanted it to escalate” says Sarah, “I wanted it to have many colors.” The album is a personal journey, following the rich palette of emotion and feeling associated with life’s darkest lows, along with the brilliance of finding light once again.

Posted on February 11, 2016, in video and tagged , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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