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Sarah Blasko’s caressing, slightly melancholy voice puts her in the same camp as Leigh Nash and Feist. She finds a sympathetic collaborator in producer Bjorn Yttling (of Peter Bjorn & John fame), who gives her sparse and often quirky sonic backdrops. Thematically, her songs search for hope amidst broken relationships and free-floating angst, often pairing bittersweet melodies with confessional lyrics. Blasko combines folk diva elegance with cabaret sensuality on conflicted ballads like “Is My Baby Yours?” and “Night & Day.” She radiates life-affirming spirit on “We Won’t Run” and “Sleeper Awake” and offers a call to activism on “Over & Over.” From the ballroom waltz feel of “Down On Love” to the galloping pop of “Hold On My Heart” and the spaghetti-western moodiness of “All I Want,” the album is filled with unexpected textures and colors. Blasko’s charms are often cerebral and understated, but for those with a taste for fine-etched folk-pop, As Day Follows Night is an outstanding release.

Customer Reviews

This Generations Greatest Artist

I believe part of being an artist is taking what you've learned and applying it to new music. Sarah Blasko is the leader in finding new ways to improve her music. Not only is this album a musical masterpiece, but lyriclly is a showcase of a women's point of view that is alluring and addictive.

So many artists over produce their music with heavy drums and guitars, but on this album Sarah Blasko reveals a different side of her artistic talent. As much as I enjoy all her albums, I continue too look forward to what she will do next.

My suggestion is if you enjoy a sense of intimacy with music, this album will take you above and beyond. Stand out tracks; Lost & Defeated, Sleeper Awake and Bird On A Wire.


She has very sweet vocals and each of these songs are really good and easy to listen to. I like it!

Sarahs quiet roar

Absolutely sublime! Check out the NPR review. Buy the entire LP.


Born: September 23, 1976 in Sydney, Australia

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Australian songwriter Sarah Blasko arrived in the U.S. in 2005 with a pedigree that couldn't be ignored: trailing a list of ARIA Award nominations in the categories of Best Album, Best Female Artist, Best Breakthrough Artist, and Best Pop Release, she also distinguished herself -- and perked up the ears of rock skeptics -- by being tagged somewhere along her cross-continental journey with the moniker "Girliohead." The comparisons were not unfounded. Like Radiohead and the countless lovelorn, world-weary,...
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