‘Deepest Dark’ is a captivating display of artistry from Rachael Sage

The track is from the multi-hyphenate artist's new LP titled The Other Side

The track is from the multi-hyphenate artist’s new LP titled The Other Side

On her captivating new track and video ‘Deepest Dark’, endlessly creative and expansive singer-songwriter, poet, arranger, and producer Rachael Sage continues to highlight what makes her such a unique and engrossing prospect in modern music.

The video sees the artist in the historic Asylum Chapel in London, finding a sense of sanctuary and positivity that is reinforced by the stunning nature of the sound and lyrical themes that surround the trust and faith that we put into others, who help us through life’s challenges and obstacles in return. The overall package of the video and track makes for a compelling experience, and one that encapsulates everything that Rachael Sage represents through her sound and outlook.

Reflecting on the creative process, Sage shared, “It was such a moving experience because it’s a song I wrote as a teenager about friendship. It came to mean so much more when I decided to finally include it on my current album, ‘The Other Side’, which is about transcendence.”