PopDust premieres video for “Change Your Mind (You Should Be Mine)” by Sara Rachele

Sara Rachelle

PopDust Premiere

You’re standing alone inside an abandoned warehouse. The lofty coolness is brittle against your skin. The darkness seeps through the cracks of the splintered wood, the moonlight tossing its fingertips along the cement. But in the far corner, there is a waxy, half-burned, charred but dazzling candle–the glow of her voice envelopes and warms you. Sara Rachele, whose timbre is equal parts Dusty Springfield, Stevie Nicks and Kate Bush, has already cemented her position on the fringes of folk, pop and rock, marrying those sensibilities into a flighty and substantial body of work.

2014’s debut record, Diamond Street, set a remarkable precedent, her vocal wrapped neatly and fluidly around hearty stock standouts like “Devil That I Know,” “Appalachian Rain” and the Thomas Hall-assisted number “Don’t Give Me Hell.” Now, with her latest entry in her flourishing catalog, “Change Your Mind (You Should Be Mine)” is pensive and intimately sweeping. “This song is one of those tunes I wrote about one situation, that actually ended up being about something else entirely,” she tells Popdust, who premieres the filtered, black-and-white clip today. READ MORE…

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