Video: Sadler Vaden “Best Days”

Sadler Vaden, multi-instrumentalist, songwriter, producer and guitarist for the 400 Unit, follows his recent album, ‘Anybody Out There?’ with this gorgeous new single.  For the video, Vaden performs solo at Nashville’s Carter Vintage guitar shop, giving us the chance to see this talented performer at work.  The song was produced, mixed and engineered by Vaden himself, again demonstrating what a gifted individual he is.

Vaden describes what the song means to him: “I wrote ‘Best Days’ during one of my worst days. Nothing was going right and it was in the midst of the George Floyd protests. I started counting my blessings and realized that what I was going through was valid but nothing compared to what so many other folks are dealing with. ‘Best Days’ is essentially a prayer to myself but also a belief that I have. I choose to believe our best days are ahead of us and the time is now for that message.”  Ultimately, this is a song full of hope.  And that’s something we all need a bit of right now.  Enjoy.

Author: Andrew Frolish

From up north but now hiding in rural Suffolk. An insomniac music-lover. Love discovering new music to get lost in - country, singer-songwriters, Americana, rock...whatever. Currently enjoying Lukas Nelson, Midland, Jarrod Dickenson.

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