Sarah Jaffe in 2011
|Born||January 29, 1986|
|Origin||Red Oak, Texas, U.S.|
|Instruments||Vocals, guitar, bass, drums|
Jaffe self-released her first EP titled Even Born Again, which was recognized by Rolling Stone and the Dallas Observer. In late 2009, she was signed to Kirtland Records and released her first full-length album, Suburban Nature, in May 2010. She has previously toured with Lou Barlow, Norah Jones, Blitzen Trapper and Chelsea Wolfe, as well as fellow bands Midlake, Old 97's and Centro-matic.
In 2011, she released The Way Sound Leaves a Room, which was touted as an EP that included a DVD of her performance at Wyly Theatre in Dallas that February. This release included a cover of a Drake song: "Shut it Down". It was with this release that she started moving away from an acoustic folk sound to a more orchestral indie rock sound, but it was only a hint at what was to come.
In 2012, she opened on the New Multitudes Tour where she introduced fans to songs from her upcoming album. On April 21, she released her latest LP: The Body Wins, produced by John Congleton. On December 11, 2012, she performed "Talk", a single from that album, on Jimmy Kimmel Live.
The Irish made TV series "Can't cope, Won't cope", also shown on the BBC, used the song "Glorifyed High".
- Even Born Again (2008)
- Suburban Nature (2010)
- The Way Sound Leaves a Room (2011)
- The Body Wins (2012)
- Don't Disconnect (2014)
- Visions (2015)
- Bad Baby (2017)
- Music of Denton, Texas
- Life Happens, a 2011 film that uses Jaffe's song "Clementine" during the end credits.
- The Blue Umbrella, a short film for 2013 Pixar movie Monsters University. In the film, Jaffe provides vocals on "The Blue Umbrella Suite" by Jon Brion.
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