Sara Lov has led a remarkable life.
The American artist's parents divorced when she was a child, her mother raising her in Los Angeles. At the age of five, however, her father kidnapped her and took her to Israel.
Living as a fugitive for a decade, Sara's uncle then stole her back to the United States. One of the creative forces behind cult group Devics, Sara Lov is now working as a solo artist.
New album 'Some Kind Of Champion' is out now, and it features contributions from Zac Rae of Death Cab for Cutie, Dustin O'Halloran, Scott Leahy, Ed Maxwell, and more.
Sara explains: “This album is very personal. So much time passed since my last album of originals, that, when it finally came out of me, it felt precise. Maybe the time I spent away from writing and recording solidified exactly what my voice is and how it would best be expressed”.
Clash is able to premiere the video for 'The Sharpest Knife'. Hauschka wrote the music and plays piano on the track, while Sara supplies vocals and those wonderful lyrics.
An intense, moving return, the visuals expand on this sparse, engrossing work. Check it out now.