Sarah Blasko is out with a series of album teaser videos for the follow-up to her 2009 album ‘As Day Follows Night’. The first was taken from the April 10th recording sessions at Atlantis Studios in Stockholm, Sweden. The second and third are Sarah with a 52-piece orchestra running through a new song on May 5th. Watch them via YouTube below.
Sarah Blasko performed ‘All I Want’ at the ARIA awards last month, after winning the Best Female Artist award. Watch it via YouTube below.
Sarah Blasko is out with the music video to her new single ‘Bird On A Wire’, off the Australian singer songwriter’s third album ‘As Day Follows Night’, out now on Dew Process. Watch it via YouTube below.
Kate Miller-Heidke checked in with her Twitter followers (@kmillerheidke) on Sunday (September 6), talking about a visit she received from fellow Australian singer songwriter Sarah Blasko. Kate writes:
@sarahblasko came to our gig at the Barfly the other night…she needed to cool off backstage afterwards. She stepped on my lettuce
Sarah Blasko is out with the music video to her new single ‘We Won’t Run’, the second release off the Australian singer/songwriter’s third studio album ‘As Day Follows Night’, out now on Dew Process. Watch it below.
Sarah Blasko is out with the music video to her new single ‘No Turning Back’, from the Australian singer-songwriter’s third studio album ‘As Day Follows Night’, out July 10th on Dew Process. Watch the Celeste Potter directed video below.
Sarah Blasko is out with the music video to her new single ‘All I Want’, the first release off the Australian singer songwriter’s third album ‘As Day Follows Night’, out July 10th on Dew Process. Watch the Stephen Lance and Damon Escott directed video via MySpace below.
Time Off magazine caught up with Sarah Blasko by phone from New York, where the Sydney singer-songwriter discussed new material she’s been working on to follow up her second album ‘What The Sea Wants, The Sea Will Have’. “I have been writing over the past few months and thinking about the direction the music’s heading, and I’ve got some early ideas,” Blasko said. “The things that I’ve been writing sound a bit old-fashioned, but I feel really passionate about writing at the moment, about finding the core of what I do, and breaking it down a bit and having the songs be a bit more focused style-wise. I think, more than ever, I’m kind of writing things that feel more like me, or something… I don’t know…” Timeoff.com.au has since removed the full article.
Sarah Blasko is out with the music video to her new single ‘Amazing Things’, from the album ‘What The Sea Wants The Sea Will Have’. Watch it at Vevo.
Sarah Blasko tells Australia’s Time Off magazine she drew inspiration from the Samuel Taylor Coleridge poem ‘The Rime of the Ancient Mariner’ in creating her new album ‘What The Sea Wants, The Sea Will Have’. “It’s something I’d read before,” the Sydney based singer/songwriter explained. “I think I was in school, or at uni – I did English literature at uni – but basically it started with a song called ‘The Albatross’. When I wrote that song I was writing it just on acoustic guitar and voice. I wanted it to sound really Old World, in the way that it incorporates the elements of the wind and the water [and] when I was writing it, it reminded me of an old sea shanty. That song has a lot to do with regret and feelings of losing something, and the weight of regret reminded me of that poem. But I don’t know what’s going on there – maybe I’m harking back to my English literature days! Maybe I’m longing for something in the past. I guess a certain nostalgia is definitely prominent in the record, so it made sense.” The full story at TimeOff.com.au has since been removed.