Rachael has just announced the US music video debut of "Coloring Book," which is a featured bonus track on her new deluxe reissue of Blue Roses. The video features her own original paintings and highlights her passion for all things colorful, illuminating her creative process as both a musician and a visual artist from a child's playful perspective. Directed by ongoing collaborator Nick Clark and starring young Brooklyn-based actress Mikaela Oppenheimer, the video was shot in Brooklyn with fellow NYC-based musicians Matt Nakoa and Andy Mac. Sage composed the song at 11 years old, but only recently recorded it for the deluxe issue of her latest album, "Blue Roses".
For the multifaceted singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist, the "Coloring Book" video has provided an unique opportunity to bring her visual artwork to life. Sage hopes this will encourage some of her younger fans to feel there are no limits to where imagination can take them. "I have a seven-year-old niece who is a wonderful artist. She creates from such a pure, unencumbered place, and loves to give away her drawings to everyone. It can be such a challenge as we get older to hold on to that direct connection between creativity and love, but for me it's pretty much everything."