David Haerle – ‘Finding Natalie’

Los Angeles singer songwriter David Haerle’s new single, ‘Finding Natalie’, is from his album, ‘Garden Of Edendale’, set for release in June this year. Hearle divides his time between writing and recording his own music and his role as president of the LA based independent record company, CMH Label Group.

‘Finding Natalie’ sounds like a 70s classic, and the accompanying video, directed by Sabrina Doyle, is the perfect match. The crispness and clarity of the clip, with close attention paid to the hands of the musicians both David and his band – intercutting closeups of fingers on strings, picks, bows, drumsticks. The video is a six minute masterpiece, and showcases brilliantly Hearle’s poise and talent, as well as that of his band.

Playing alongside David Haerle is classically trained violinist Luanne Homzy, from the Vitamin String Quartet, who has played with symphonies all over the world. On the drums is Reade Pryor, a studio musician of note who has played on many television and film scores, as well as with singer-songwriters such as Kina Grannis, and Dan Wilson. Bassist Carson Cohen, and Grammy Award winner Alex Wand on guitar, make up the rest of the immensely talented group. There’s an absolute chemistry between all members of the band, synching together in perfect harmony as Hearle sings about his quest to find a love he first met as a child, in the playgrounds of first grade, in LA.

Find out more about David Haerle, his single ‘Finding Natalie’, and his upcoming album, by visiting his official website.

David Haerle - Finding Natalie

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