David Haerle “Glendale”

David Haerle’s “Glendale” immediately draws listeners in with a sunny, mid-2000s alternative sound that builds upon the tradition of Everclear and Smash Mouth. The instrumentation on Glendale is something special, adding a further narrative element to the mix. Listeners can enjoy the track purely through its vocal side, through the collection of instruments that establish the backing element, and a cohesive entity. As Haerle’s single continues to play, fans will hear this instrumentation grow and evolve. With nuances incorporated into the track throughout its whole run time, fans’ interest in Glendale will stay strong until the final few notes. Check out the video below the jump.

We’ve covered Haerle’s previous singles Finding Natalie, Do You Know Surrender, and Women Make The World Go ‘Round previously.

David Haerle “Glendale” / http://davidhaerle.com/ / https://www.facebook.com/davidhaerleedendale/

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