The UK’s Sarah Records was only active from 1987 to 1995, but the defunct Bristol label retains its iconic status among fans of cute, scrappy indie pop. Now, the company’s history and legacy is being explored with both a feature-length documentary and a book.
The film is called My Secret World - The Story of Sarah Records. It was directed and funded by Lucy Dawkins, who has been working on the movie for four years. It features interviews with label founders Clare Wadd and Matt Haynes, plus members of Sarah groups like the Field Mice, the Orchids, Another Sunny Day, Heavenly, Boyracer, Blueboy and more. Other interviewees include Jacob Graham of the Drums, K Records founder Calvin Johnson and Fortuna Pop! founder Sean Price.
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