Rachale Sage Announces Acoustic Album 'Pseudomyopia'
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Award-winning singer-songwriter, multi-instrumentalist, and producer Rachael Sage has released the acoustic version of her song “Alive” via Glide Magazine. The song appears on her forthcoming album PseudoMyopia, out March 22 via MPress Records/ILS/Universal. Listen and share “Alive (acoustic)” here.
About the track, Glide states: “Sage sings a series of colorful metaphors about savoring life, painting a portrait of what it means to be grateful...(Sage is) a songwriter who knows how to pen infectious hooks and choruses, and lyrics that resonate in a universal way."
A companion acoustic album to Sage’s critically acclaimed recording Myopia, PseudoMyopia is a collection of 11 songs focusing on the concept of vision – including narrow mindedness – in all its many manifestations. Legally blind without her glasses, Sage balances the political and the personal with a striking depth and perspective. A multi-instrumentalist herself, Sage enlisted a diverse cast of guest musicians to bring a warm intimacy to these very timely tracks, touching on topics as varied as government surveillance, environmental protection, and female empowerment. Guests include guitarist Ben Butler (Sting), bassist Richard Hammond (Joan Osborne), cellist Ward Williams (Sara Bareilles) and Grammy® nominated musician Seth Glier.
Sage will head out on the road this Spring, with stops throughout the US and UK in support of PseudoMyopia, which is available for pre-order via iTunes. An album release event with Rachael and her full band, The Sequins, will be held at Joe's Pub / NYC on April 18th.