Stacy Gabel Is Hanging Out For Those ‘Sunny Days’ (I Mean, Aren’t We All?)

Stacy Gabel returns with her new single, ‘Sunny Days’, and brings some much needed summer sunshine to us all.

The Eastern Pennsylvania native follows up her previous releases, ‘Straight To Voicemail’, ‘High Heeled Shoes’, and ‘Stir Crazy’, and has started her own indie label, Catch My Riff Records.

Stacy’s signature sound is catchy, positive, and uplifting, and ‘Sunny Days’ is no exception, and is the perfect release for a world currently craving more of the upbeat and happy.

In this country pop song, Stacy plays her guitar while expressing the feelings felt by a hopeful heart. It’s often difficult to convey fully when you love someone, but Stacy has the solution with her song which is filled with straightforward chords, a soothing melody, and oodles of charm.

‘Sunny Days’ is ideal for singing along with friends, taking a coastal drive with the windows down, or just dancing in your kitchen with the one you love. Describing the song, Stacy said,

“Sunny Days can lift your spirits and your outlook on life.  This song was written to lighten your mood and inspire you to stay positive and keep an optimistic attitude. We all look forward to being reunited with loved ones who we haven’t seen for quite some time. Brighter days are ahead.”

Director Reid Carrescia keeps things simple in the video, as we are allowed to bask in Stacy’s natural sunshine as she sings from her porch, her holiday-themed loungeroom, and a field filled with hot air balloons. By the end of the video, Stacy is seen playing her guitar, while the sky above is filled with hot air balloons, taking with them any of our sorrows or anxieties.

Stacy Gabel can be found online on her official website, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and TikTok. Watch the video for ‘Sunny Days’ below.

Stacy Gabel - Sunny Days - the Balloon Song (Official Music Video)

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