Dark Sarah – Video Footage of ‘Silver Tree’ Posted Online


Live video footage of Dark Sarah performing ‘Silver Tree’ can be watched below. The song is from Dark Sarah‘s first album “Behind The Black Veil”, which has been released in 2015 through Inner Wound Recordings.

Dark Sarah is a project by Finnish metal band Amberian Dawn´s former vocalist Heidi Parviainen. She is a professional classical singer and experienced performer. During the years with Amberian Dawn, she released four studio albums and did several European tours. After parting ways with Amberian Dawn in late 2012, she started to build up her solo career. Dark Sarahbecame the name of her project, along the first lyrics she wrote on the album. This first song called ‘Save Me’introduces the listener to the main character Sarah, a young woman left at the altar by her husband. When she is on the verge of breaking down, something wakes up inside of her and she changes into another person; her meaner half, Dark Sarah.

‘I used to look at the world with blue eyes. I used to love with an open heart, but I was naïve. The world needed to show that to me. I got angry for my weakness and angry with the world. In the darkest swirls of my mind I got stronger and meaner and started to change. I worked with my fear and I became Dark Sarah I´m not bitter; I´m just bitter sweet.’

Dark Sarah‘s debut album “Behind the Black Veil” leads you through the psychological adventure of Sarah, who is hovering between her two personalities. Sarah´s thoughts are at best depicted in the dialogues (duets) with the guests – ‘The Fate’: Manuela Kraller (ex Xandria), ‘The Queen of No Good’: Inga Scharf (Van Canto) and ‘The Moon’: Tony Kakko (Sonata Arctica).

The album was funded through crowd funding on IndieGoGo in three parts – Three Episodes- and they all reached full funding.  Dark Sarah has also released as many as four music videos for the “Behind The Black Veil” album and the fourth and latest video was filmed in wintery Finland in February 2015 for the duet ‘Light in You’ with Tony Kakko.

Our review of “Behind The Black Veil” can be found here.

Video for ‘Silver Tree’ (live)

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