NYC-based folk-pop artist Rachael Sage has steadily released a slew of vibrant, dynamic albums with poetic, image-rich lyrics spanning subjects as wide as her inspirations. Described by Blurt as "The Carole King of her generation," Sage's newest offering, PseudoMyopia, is a companion acoustic album to Sage’s acclaimed Myopia. Exploring the concept of vision in all its manifestations, Sage balances the political and personal with striking depth and perspective, while touching on topics as varied as government surveillance, environmental protection, and female empowerment. Check out her elegant cover of Howard Jones' hit song "No One Is To Blame.

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