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Two Live Video Premieres In August For Rachael Sage

Footage Shot At The Legendary Joe's Pub / NYC

Rachael Sage's release party at the legendary Joe's Pub / NYC for her latest all-acoustic album, PseudoMyopia, was not only a roaring success but also produced stunning live videos - two of which snagged premieres both in the US and the UK over the summer.

"This Darkness (live @Joe's Pub)", complete w/ haunting background vocals by the über talented Shannon Conley (Hedwig and the Angry Inch), premiered on 8/13 with Indie-Music in the United Kingdom, who felt that it "...shows Sage’s captivating performance style and illustrates her musical talents perfectly."

"Myopia (live @Joe's Pub)" debuted on 8/26 with IMAAI (Independent Music and Arts Inc.) who perfectly summed up the clip, saying: "Musically, the performance is both vocally mesmerizing and instrumentally enchanting...this performance of ‘Myopia’ is simply stunning."

Check out Rachael's latest all-acoustic album, PseudoMyopia, and sign up for her newsletter here to stay updated on new music and exciting Rachael Sage events!


Caffè Nero Names Rachael Sage "Artist Of The Month"

Songs To Be Added To Global In-Store Playlists

Caffè Nero, one of the largest global coffee chains, has chosen Rachael Sage as their 'Artist Of The Month' for July! 

Every location around the world will be playing Rachael's music in-store via their "Afternoon Playlist", which starts daily at approximately 3:30pm (local time). The playlist will feature her songs "Spark", "Daylight", "Sistersong", "Helpless", "Alive", and "Tomorrow". 

Caffè Nero has over 700 shops worldwide including in the UK, Ireland, Turkey, Poland, Sweden, the UAE, Cyprus, and in the Boston area.


Rachael Sage Wins Two Independent Music Awards

Best Pop Producer // Best Music Promo Poster

Rachael Sage's self-produced, full-length album Myopia was the winner of two Independent Music Awards on Saturday, June 22nd at the 17th annual awards ceremony held at Lincoln Center in NYC.

Sage, along with her longtime engineer and two-time Grammy® Nominee John Shyloski, won "Best Producer" in the pop album genre, while her original artwork was chosen as "Best Music Promo Poster" in the design category.

The album topped many year-end lists, spawned three eclectic videos, and included a re-recorded version of the perpetual fan favorite and #MeToo feminist anthem, "Sistersong (2018)". Originally inspired by alt-folk icon Ani DiFranco, the track has currently spent over six consecutive weeks on the Top 40 radio charts. 

Stream the award-winning Myopia and view the colorful poster art that Rachael designed.


At #35, "Sistersong (2018)" Still Slaying + Still Inspiring

Seventh Week on Mediabase Top 40 Radio Charts

Summer is starting off as a scorcher! Rachael's rebooted, Ani DiFranco-inspired feminist anthem, "Sistersong (2018)", is still on fire - coming in at #35 during its seventh consecutive week on the Top 40 radio charts!

For almost two months, the track has been charting alongside superstars like Ariana GrandeJennifer Lopez, and Ed Sheeran, which is an amazing way to spotlight such an important song to Rachael.

Prompted by recent national events, from now until the end of June, Rachael is donating 100% of all "Sistersong (2018)" vinyl sales via her online store or purchased at live shows to benefit the reproductive justice organization SisterSongShe will also contribute $5 to The Yellowhammer Fund for every copy of PseudoMyopia sold through June 30th, as well.

Stream “Sistersong (2018)” on Spotify or check out the album version on Myopia!