Sarah Slean

Friday October 6, 2017 8:00 PM

BlueShore Finanical Centre for the Performing Arts, Capilano University, North Vancouver

Fresh off the release of her eagerly awaited new album, Metaphysics, the highly evocative singer-songwriter who launched her career with the Hawksley Workman-produced Night Bugs (and its stratospheric radio hit single "Sweet Ones") is more relevant than ever. Slean's six-year musical hiatus was filled with endeavours—acting, painting, poetry—that fueled the profound observations in her latest work. Slean's sound has been compared to Kate Bush, Fiona Apple and Tori Amos, while her deeply personal songs are daringly original, drawing from jazz, classical, pop and global influences. In concert, she's been described as "one of the most exciting live acts going—incorporating theatre, cabaret, vocal powerhousing and what can only be described as genuine strangeness to her performances." [Three Monkeys Online]

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