From Wake Forest University’s site:
Sarah Dashew grew up sailing around the world with her family, a complicated familial feat which would bring Sarah to re-envision conventional understandings of freedom. Her eccentric upbringing led Sarah to a creative lifestyle as a singer-songwriter navigating the creation and management of multiple critically-praised albums while touring with the likes of Cowboy Junkies, Michelle Shocked, Suzanne Vega, and more– all while experiencing a number of life revisions in both personal and professional spheres. Her latest project features four new singles released consecutively, all written after leaving Los Angeles for the desert and a new life perspective– one that centers around a return to the call of the child and the wild. Music and childhood are deeply intertwined for Sarah, which she is now on a journey of identifying, understanding, and spreading to the public through her music and writings. Sarah says, “My music is my most constant companion. It’s how I understand relationship, with myself, with the world, with it all.” It is through this lens of music and its meaning in her life that she is thrilled to share her re-envisioning of childhood, its place in our lives at all points, and its connection to freedom.