Rachael Sage Premieres New Video "Alive" Feat. Dance Moms Star
Premieres With Spill Magazine
Singer-songwriter, multi-instrumentalist and producer Rachael Sage has premiered her new video for the song “Alive” via Spill Magazine. The track appears on her new album Myopia, out now. The video was shot in a Brooklyn loft and features pint-sized Dance Moms star Elliana Walmsley. The dynamic clip was directed by Nick Clark and choreographed by Gianna Martello (also of Dance Moms). “Alive” was mixed by Grammy® Winner Andy Zulla (Kelly Clarkson, Idina Menzel, Rod Stewart).
Watch and share “Alive” here and listen to the album on iTunes or Spotify.
Explains Sage, “‘Alive’ is the most upbeat, positive song on my new album Myopia, and after I wrote it I felt very protective of it - like there was something precious about remembering to appreciate the gift of simply living, even as the world becomes ever-more chaotic. There’s a sense of anticipation and optimism in the lyrics, from the get-go...and it was very important to me that we capture the pure exuberance of the music via the movement of our brilliant young dancer Elliana Walmsley, whose sheer stamina was nothing short of staggering, on set; watching her fly through the air take after take with a smile on her face, bursting with the sheer joy of doing what she loves - however arduous - literally gave me hope for our future!”
Read more via the full press release here.
Rachael Sage Exhibits New Myopia-Themed Artwork In NYC
Collection Runs Through Mid-June
East Village-based mixed-media artist Rachael Sage is showing her latest artworks now through mid-June at Think Coffee (1 Bleecker Street) in New York City. Viewing is free and open to the public.
Sage primarily paints with acrylics, fabric paints and watercolors, often incorporating diverse materials such as sequins, rhinestones, glitter and newspaper. She names Keith Haring, Miro and Andy Warhol among her various visual influences. Known for her unique drawing style and densely colorful paintings she also creates glittery, fabric-painted wearable art (which often doubles as stage-wear for her performances).
She has shown work twice prior at Think, including her 2016 collection of Fashion Week-inspired paintings and fabric-painted jackets, jeans and dresses.
Sage's brand new vision-themed album Myopia was released earlier this month and is available on Spotify, iTunes, and Amazon. For more information and to view samples of her artwork, please visit www.rachaelsage.com/artwork
“Myopia” Is Climbing the Radio Charts!
Rachael Sage’s single "Spark" from her new album Myopia is currently #35 on FMQB’s AC (Adult Contemporary) Chart, alongside Taylor
Swift and Kesha! Additionally, the album debuted on the College Radio
(NACC) Most Added Chart at #19.
Triple A (Adult Album
Alternative) Stations are also embracing the record, with over 100+ stations
across the country currently spinning it, including KCSN (Los
Angeles, CA), WXAV (Chicago, IL), KAOS (Seattle, WA), and WMBR (Boston,
MA). Check your local stations now!
Myopia was released May 4 via Mpress/ILS/Caroline and is available on iTunes, Amazon and is streaming on Spotify.
Rachael Sage Drops New Album "Myopia", Streaming Now at Curve Magazine
"A striking work of pop-noir, with distinctly profound lyrics." - BlackBook
Curve Magazine exclusively debuted Rachael Sage's new album Myopia, streaming now! The collection hit the streets tpday and marks Sage's 13th full-length release to date.
Sage recently completed a national tour with synth legend Howard Jones and also
recorded her own take on his Top Ten hit "No One Is To Blame", which
appears on "Myopia". Listen here!
Three other singles have been released from the album so far:"Olivia", "Sympathy Seed" and Sage's 20th Anniversary version of her feminist anthem, "Sistersong 2018".
Sage states about Myopia, “The idea of things coming in and out of focus depending
upon which lens you might be looking through seemed especially provocative
right now. As someone who is legally blind without glasses, and who’s also used
to squinting to see something more clearly, I started to think about
nearsightedness on a much more macro level.” She further explains: “This is a warm-weather record. These are
songs about getting out there, thawing things out, and unearthing the truth.
Sometimes you can’t do that in the dead of winter. But when the sun is shining,
even the murkiest future appears hopeful.”
Get Myopia now on iTunes or Amazon and stream it on Spotify.