Sarah Underhill Obituary – The information that Sarah Danger Underhill has passed away has placed me in a position that can only be described as absolute and complete devastation. Sarah was the kindest and most upbeat person one could ever hope to have the good fortune to cross paths with. She always looked as though she had just stepped out of a fashion magazine since she always dressed to the nines.
This made her the most stylish person in any room. I took this image as well as the video the very first time we met, which was in Baltimore when we played a show together about 5 years ago. This was our very first chance to interact with one another. When MALLWALKER performed for us, they completely blew all of us away, and after that, seeing and hanging out with Sarah became something that became something that I anxiously awaited whenever I would be in the Baltimore area playing music or driving bands.
It didn’t take long for us to become fast friends, and I’m so glad that I drove that @leopardo.band tour this past summer (for many reasons), but one of the biggest reasons is that we got to hang out with you in Baltimore and at @gonerfest. I’m so glad that I drove that @leopardo.band tour this past summer (for many reasons), but one of the biggest reasons is that I got to meet you.
It’s hard for me to believe that this is the last time you’ll send me a surprise text message, accompanied by a photo of yourself wearing an outrageous outfit, and an invitation to come visit you the next time I’m in town so that we can rummage through your closet while playing dress-up together. I’ve come to expect these kinds of messages from you, and it’s hard for me to imagine a world without them.
You never failed to make me laugh, and I’m going to miss our conversations very much. I always looked forward to them. Your communication from a few months ago, which said “someone join a synth punk band with me before I die,” was unfortunately one that we were unable to respond to in a timely manner. I am very sorry about this. It’s such a shame that we didn’t go through with it.