Hayley Sales Performs ‘More Than You Know’ On Her Blueberry Farm

Hayley Sales performed her new single ‘More Than You Know’ in amongst the blueberries on her organic blueberry farm in a new YouTube video. The song is off the Vancouver Island, BC singer songwriter’s album ‘When the Bird Became a Book’, out now on Universal Music. Watch it below.

Hayley Sales ‘Not In His Garden’ Video

Hayley Sales is out with the music video to her new single ‘Not In His Garden’, featuring Donavon Frankenreiter, from the Vancouver Island, BC based singer songwriter’s upcoming second album on Universal Music. Watch it via YouTube below.

Blood & Gore During Hayley Sales’ Fuji Rock Festival Set

Hayley Sales checked in with fans on her blog at MySpace (@hayleysales) on Monday (July 27), talking about an on-stage accident that left the Vancouver singer songwriter’s guitar bloodied. Sales writes:

We just played the Fuji Rock Festival here in Japan. It was possibly the coolest festival I have ever been too. ALTHOUGH!! Half way through my set I looked down at my hand because it felt strangely slippery and there was blood everywhere. Somehow I had cut my finger on the string. I had to keep playing for forty minutes. My guitar now has some serious attitude w/ splatters of blood all over it. Pretty funny actually.

Hayley Sales Resists Radio Single Driven Shallow Music

Hayley Sales is featured on the cover of Vancouver Life Magazine, where the 21-year-old singer-songwriter talked about the importance of her music and lyrics to be genuine. “I see so much music being made. It’s fun music but it’s very shallow; it’s very much just a quick fix and it’s not very real to me,” Sales tells VLM’s Gary Barclay. “It’s based on radio singles and, you know, people dancing around in as little clothes as they can … a lot of it. I’ve started to see recently people like Ben Harper and the Jack Johnsons of the world – I mean, there are tons of people starting to write songs that are actually honest and are capturing the human experience again and communicating. I think that’s so important because music is one of the most fantastic mediums for connection between the person sitting next to you or you and a million people. It’s something that everyone understands. It’s really important that my songs are completely honest and completely me and I don’t hide.”

The full story at vlmonline.ca has since been removed.

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