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Indie Pop singer Sarah Walk shares aesthetically pleasing visual for ‘What Do I Want?’: Watch

All of us swim through or sink in our moments of uncertainty. Sarah Walk, a singer from London, sings the words “Let me down or let me go” as an opening lyric over a Leo Abrahams (Regina Spektor, Paul Simon, Brian Eno) production to share what’s on her mind. Being as transparent with her partner as possible, Walk discloses the hard things. Telling someone that you don’t love them like you once did doesn’t sound like the easiest thing to share, but it is necessary for the deliverer, and perhaps, the receiver. ‘What Do I Want?’ is a single with a powerful message about being unapologetic about setting boundaries from the singer’s forthcoming album out August 28 via One Little Indian Records.

It is a well-directed music video if I say so myself. Watch it below.

Written by Richardine Bartee

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