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Sarah Crean – ‘What Do I Know?’

Sarah Crean – ‘What Do I Know?’

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We’ve featured two songs from the emerging singer-songwriter Sarah Crean, including one that initially caught my attention ‘2AM’, along with ‘You Have No Idea’.

‘What Do I Know?’ is the Dublin dreamy indie songwriter’s latest song, produced by Sarah alongside Adam O’Leary and Gabe Goodman (Del Water Gap, Maggie Rogers).

“‘What Do I Know?’ is a satirical take on a toxic relationship breaking down. The song was written a few years after the time in which it’s set – which means I was able to approach it from a satirical angle. I think if it had been written during the period it took place, it would have been a much darker take…”

‘What Do I Know?’ comes with a video directed by Neema Sadeghi and Ethan Frank filmed in Los Angeles earlier this year.

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“When I wrote the song, I had a really clear idea for what I wanted the video to be – and working with Neema and Ethan to bring that to life was a total joy from start to finish. They picked the ideas up and delivered the best results instantly – it was an experience I’ll never forget and I’m very grateful to have these personal stories that I’ve written be supported by such an incredible experience.”

‘What Do I Know?’ was mixed by Chris Coady (Beach House, Blondshell).

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Sarah Crean plays Otherside and All Together Now Festivals this summer.

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