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Fearfully Mad (Spoken Word Music Video)

This is a music video for the spoken word song "Fearfully Mad" off of Sarah Goff's album "Labels", released December 2020. The video was filmed at the historic Ohio State Reformatory in Sarah's hometown of Mansfield the day before Ohio was closed down due to the pandemic. This music video offers on point imagery of Sarah's personal struggle and what suffering from mental health looks like creating an awareness of the importance of mental health.

  • Sarah Goff
  • Sarah Goff
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  • Corey Weberling
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  • The Ohio State Reformatory
  • Sarah Goff
  • Sarah Goff
  • Sarah Goff
  • Corey Weberling
  • Sarah Goff
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  • Project Type:
    Music Video
  • Runtime:
    4 minutes 12 seconds
  • Completion Date:
    March 17, 2020
  • Production Budget:
    100 USD
  • Country of Origin:
    United States
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    United States
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Director Biography - Sarah Goff

From her soft kind heart to her soulful powered voice and singing since she was really young, Sarah has made a deep impact on the lives of those who not only know her, but listen to her music. Her songs are transparent and speak to the heart of real-life struggles in our human condition and how Jesus loves and meets us in that.

At the age of 15, she began to pursue guitar and started a garage band with her childhood friend Brad Hellman and from there several different bands formed throughout her jr high and high school career, rocking out to mostly metal music. In 2008, she played bass and sang background vocals for her metal band Letters to Guinevere, they got to open for one of their all-time favorite metal bands at the time For Today. Shortly after that, Sarah graduated from high school and attended college a year later, still pursuing music, but with a more soft edge.

In 2010, Sarah released her first self-produced album Lighthouse, opening for her favorite musician Aaron Gillespie. About 6 years later she released another self-produced album called Vagabond at her show opening up for Unspoken.

In 2020, Sarah had two songs, Sending Love Your Way (Ukenthused) and Give it Space, both nominated in the Indie Short Film Festival for Best Original Song, with her song “Give it Space” winning the Outstanding Achievement Award for that category.

Sarah is continuing to expand her music catalog by experimenting with new sounds, producing her own music and cowriting with other talented musicians/writers all across the world for sync music licensing.

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