Have a look at Sara Curtin's fresh new soul music visual Summer. Here's what Sara Curtin had to say when we asked:
Where did you get your inspiration for this video?
"Short answer: D'Angelo's "Untitled [How Does It Feel]" video.
Long Answer: The song "summer" is a haunting account of a seductive, yet doomed summer romance - you know the kind. The video (produced by Paul Abowd & Joel Van Haren) features the absolutely electric Ebony Qualls: DC's own hip-hop fusion bellydancer. Extreme close-ups and play with film speed narrate the fragmentation and dizzying effects of a whirlwind romance. Suddenly here, now gone - like the sparklers."
Sara Curtin is an electric singer-songwriter from Washington, D.C. with a taste for confessional lyrics and velvety vocals. She is a 2014 and 2015 Artist Fellow (DC Commission on the Arts & Humanities) and has won 4 Washington Area Music Awards with her duo The Sweater Set. As The Sweater Set, Sara has toured the United States, UK, and Ireland and has opened for Lucius, Pearl and The Beard, Dar Williams, Arc Iris, and Michelle Shocked.
"One of DC's finest" - Brightest Young Things This is the first music video for my forthcoming solo album "Michigan Lilium", which was recorded at my home studio here in DC and at GaluminumFoil Productions in Brooklyn, NY. The album features Ian Chang (Landlady and Son Lux) on drums, and Spencer Zahn (Empress Of) on bass.
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