Self Released: July 10, 2015
iTUNES/ SPOTIFY/ BANDCAMP/
The third studio album by G,NA took two years to write, and was recorded over a period of six months with engineer Logan Matheny at Big Light Studio in Nashville, TN. It was mixed by Logan Matheny and Eddie Spear at Wire in Nashville. Packaging: Full-color six-panel digipak CD. For this release, Sarah Saturday of G,NA collaborated with local filmmakers, artists, and choreographers in Nashville to produce a feature-length film, painting series, and dance performance that would accompany the album.
The Fossils film is an introspective anthology art film that, like the album, looks deeply into one's search for wholeness. It explores that familiar journey from innocence to wisdom through loss, confusion, isolation, awareness, connection, and self-discovery. Ultimately, we realize that the thing we are searching for has been within us all along.
Music and Lyrics by Sarah Saturday; Produced by Sarah Saturday and Logan Matheny; Engineered by Logan Matheny at Big Light Studio; Mixed by Logan Matheny and Eddie Spear at Wire; Mastered by Roger Seibel at SAE Studios in Phoenix, AZ; Vocals, Guitar, Keys, and Bass by Sarah Saturday; Drums and Percussion by Bryan Feece; Lead Guitar on “Stay the Course” by Jackson Parsons; Photography by Danielle Shields; Artwork by German R. Verdilak at SonicHaus; Made in Nashville, Tennessee
The three-part film was directed by Motke Dapp, Jonathan Rogers, and Dycee Wildman, and produced by Jennifer Bonior. Executive Producer and Songwriter: Sarah Saturday. Rent or buy the film at www.FossilsFilm.com.