Off the Billboard-acclaimed album Near Infinite Possibility, the video for Everything Becomes Whole is a visual exploration of one of the many forms of modern day slavery as a relationship turns from loving to abusive. It highlights the psychological dynamics and events that transpire between a victim and the procurer. The female character is objectified and treated by the procurer, as nothing more than a cluster of body parts, which leads to the male character's transformation giving him feelings of grandeur and omnipotence. The female character's impulses are dichotomous, both submissive and illuminating. In her momentary submissiveness, she sends silent sparks of calls for help, but her behavior can be understood as a form of the Stockholm syndrome, with moments of la belle indifference. Her desire to become whole is a metaphor that reinforces the natural inclination of the will to comprehend emotions, even in the state of most dire circumstances, which is predicated by an instinct to preserve human dignity.
Sarah Fimm was born in Tulsa, Oklahoma but now resides in the rich music scene of Woodstock, NY. Sarah finds herself inspired by musicians as varied as Bach, Chopin, Leonard Cohen, Bjork, Tori Amos and Alice In Chains. Her music boasts a dark, chaotic mixture of rock and pop, colored with thick ethereal electronic grooves and haunting vocals.
Sarah has independently released seven albums since 2001, who have been praised by the likes of Billboard and Rolling Stone Magazines. The most recent release, Near Infinite Possibility, was produced by David Baron of Edison Music, mixed by D. James Goodwin and Rich Travali, and mastered by Greg Calbi. The album also features a bevy of renowned musicians including Josh Freese (The Vandals, A Perfect Circle), Earl Slick (David Bowie), Danny Blume (Medeski, Martin, and Wood, Jill Sobule), Paul Bushnell (Tracy Chapman, Luciano Pavarotti), Sara Lee (the B-52s), Sterling Campbell (Eric Clapton, B-52s, David Byrne) and more.