In less than ten years, singer-songwriter Sarah Dashew has had three critically-praised albums, successful tours and numerous television spots (My Name Is Earl). In January, she will release her new album, Roll Like A Wheel which includes her latest single, "Fathers and Daughters." The song is a reflective, sparse and beautiful one about said relationship, but also seems to be inclusive of what we do to please others in order to feel connected and how that changes as we age. Immediately drawing you in, Dashew's voice is instantly calming yet intense, calling you to quiet, active listening to the story song she tells; a story that is brought to life with gentle piano, guitar and light percussion.
"Fathers and Daughters" is a wonderful introduction to Roll Like A Wheel and finds one excited to hear more.
Listen to "Fathers and Daughters" here.
Roll Like A Wheel is engineered by Eric Lilavois (Saint Motel, My Chemical Romance) and will be released nationwide January 22nd.