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former Keep Shelly In Athens singer Sarah P went solo, made a video for “I’d Go” (watch)

by Andrew Sacher

Sarah P

As you may know, Keep Shelly In Athens singer Sarah P left the band in 2014 and their last album, 2015’s Now I’m Ready, brought in new singer Myrtha. Now Sarah P has gone solo and recently released her debut EP, Free. It’s up a similar alley to KSIA: ambient, electronic pop. We’ve got the premiere of the video for “I’d Go” off that EP, which you can check out below. Here’s what Sarah says about it:

This is obviously a homemade video (the song is also homemade, btw – I recorded its vocals at home with my phone). The past two years I’ve been constantly searching for the home I’ve come to find in Berlin. Now, all happy and settled, I’m celebrating by sharing my music and a video that’s showing the real me. I’m not the “mystery girl”, I’m not the “mysterious Sarah P.” – I never was. I’m a childish woman and nobody can stop me from being one. If there’s anything I stand for with all my heart is the “Go be you” motto!

Watch it, and stream the whole EP, below…

Check It Out

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