Introducing a band of experienced musicians and performers, with their impressive debut single that speaks volumes on behalf of unique style and artistic intention, Better Days brings through the new Savannah and The Lows sound in a smooth, likable and powerful way.
Bringing together simple layers of organic instrumentation, from keys to bass to guitar and rhythm, with an expressive and initially lower-toned vocal lead, Better Days emerges complete with a crisp and clean set of visuals depicting the band at play amidst a white backdrop. The whole thing feels authentic, like a live delivery, and showcases only the natural intentions of the song – nothing flashy or false, just great music and a group of artists increasingly lost in the moment.
Just as the halfway mark passes, Savannah’s lead vocals hit brighter realms of passion for the switch, lighting up the room and reinforcing that optimistic belief in a catchy, hooky and memorable way. It inspires genuine forward thinking and positivity, with a smooth, soulful aura that’s quickly infectious.
An easy alternative hit, and a strong way to start the new year. I look forward to hearing the EP this coming March.