20 Years Later, Sarah Harmer's 'Are You Gone' Connects To 'You Were Here' : World Cafe Harmer's latest record, Are You Gone, is a spiritual successor to an album that came out back in the year 2000: You Were Here.
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Sarah Harmer On World Cafe

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20 Years Later, Sarah Harmer's New Album Reconnects With Her Solo Debut

20 Years Later, Sarah Harmer's New Album Reconnects With Her Solo Debut

Sarah Harmer On World Cafe

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Set List

  • "St. Peter's Bay"
  • "New Low"
  • "What I Was To You"

Judging soley by her album releases, you may not have known that Sarah Harmer has been busy. Her new album, Are You Gone, is her first full-length release in 10 years and it's a spiritual successor to an album that came out in the year 2000 – her breakout record, You Were Here. Sarah stopped by World Cafe to talk about how those two albums are connected, what she's been up to for the last decade, and how it all ties into her new music. She also played a bunch of those new songs live, starting off with the album opener, "St. Peter's Bay." Listen in the player above.

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