Exclusive: Behind-the-scenes with Rachael Sage on her new music video


Rachael Sage fans will love this behind-the-scenes look at her new music video, “I Don’t Believe It,” which the out singer/songwriter says “is a song about rising above someone who is putting you down – whether it be a strict teacher, parent or other authority figure, or a bully.”

“As someone who experienced bullying throughout my grammar school and later my high school years, and who also struggled to reconcile some of the harsher teaching methods during my ballet training, I wanted to write an empowering song that was fast-moving and literally compels you to shake off doubt,” Rachael said.

Dancing is a theme on Rachael’s forthcoming album, Choreographic, which is why it’s not a surprise the music video stars dancer Kaci King.

“In the video, our young dancer/heroine moves from a tentative approach to her accomplished dancing to a more inspired, transcendent expressiveness, once she is able to overcome her own doubt and let go of trying to be ‘perfect’ for her teacher,” Rachael says. “We watch her embrace her own joy and power and as she does, other diverse, mature dancers weave in and out of the video, contrasting various dance styles including tap, ballroom and ballet, and celebrating the confident, liberated dancer inside all of us.”

Choregoraphic comes out May 20th. Visit RachaelSage.com for more details and tour dates.

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