However, please keep in mind that the HTML-5 site version has substantially limited features (non-optimal video quality possibility of delayed streaming).
Songs of Love for Japan was available for only 3 days, with all proceeds going toward relief efforts in the aftermath of the earthquake and tsunami that struck Japan on 11 March 2011. In 2008, Slean and fellow singer-songwriter Royal Wood got engaged while in Paris; In late 2004, she filmed Black Widow with Canadian director David Mortin, a film noir musical based on the Evelyn Dick murder case.
It premiered in September 2005 on the film festival circuit and on CBC Television in January 2006. In 2009, Slean was in another short film, Last Flowers (Parts 1 and 2 on Vimeo), written and directed by CJ Wallis and produced by Elli Weisbaum.
On 13 December 2007, Slean's website underwent a massive overhaul in preparation for her newest studio album, entitled The Baroness.
Visitors to the new site were invited to sign up for Slean's new mailing list, and in doing so would be able to download a demo version of her newest single, "Get Home".
Vocalist Raine Maida explained the origins of the piano version: "We’re gonna do a song from our first record now, that was given to us on a cassette tape, a very different version, from a girl named Sarah Slean from Toronto..." In October 2008, Slean performed at the first annual Canwest Cabaret Festival in Toronto.
Slean performed sets of her own music accompanied by bassist Joe Phillips and drummer Mark Mariash, and also contributed to multi-artist "songbook" performances of the songs of Leonard Cohen and Kurt Weill.
on the official page such as Sarah's vitamins (recommended arts), her blog entries, lyrics, and fan pictures.
These changes have also disabled the syndicated links used on the side of this news page.
With the launch of the new site, Sarah has made She recently described the song as being regards to another relationship gone sour which the lyrics are rather clear about.