Musician David Haerle has recently released his first album, Garden of Edendale, which features a collection of songs trailing a road trip through Haerle’s life. Haerle is a singer, songwriter and guitarist, influenced by the landscape of Southern California, and the rock and country music he grew up listening to. He picked up a guitar at the age of 13 and played in a variety of bands throughout his teenage years.
Having gained the experience being in the music industry, Haerle became a music agent at International Creative Management, but decided to return to his roots when his father suddenly passed away when Haerle was just 24 years old. He then took over the family business of CMH Records, running the label, and making music his own way.
In an exclusive premiere, Haerle is sharing the music video for his single “Everything I Ever Wanted,” and he explains that “this recording is special to me because it could only have happened with all the musicians (in this case five) being in the studio at the same time riffing off each other. There was minimal overdubbing.”
The video features an in-studio performance by Haerle playing his acoustic guitar, with his band members eventually joining in. Watch the video below: