Savannah’s new video for their track titled “Music Is My High” is a beautifully crafted mini-film in the style of a British Easy Rider. These are the types of music videos I love. The kind that combines a story for the song and is shot in a totally professional manner with the love and care of a band that knows it’s a brand. That goes SO unnoticed in the indie music scene and it really shines here with Savannah. The song itself is a sing-along anthem with hooks abound and a groove that really makes it the travel song that the video suggests it is. Bravo!
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Savannah are the exciting, fast emerging Shropshire based band with the attitude, style and talent to back it.
Recorded by Gavin Monaghan, the light rock sound is reminiscent of 60’s guitar music with sprinkles of 4 decades worth of influences sandwiched inbetween, creating the eccentric but mellow sound that is Savannah.
Ever pushing the boundaries of what can be achieved, Savannah are independently planning a full-scale chart hitting campaign to bring back what they feel is missing from popular music, rock and roll through their self-founded label Hartfield Records.
Following the success of their double A-side single/video “Back Street Robber” / “Live Your Life” & debut single MOVE, both released earlier in 2015, Savannah have again set the bar high for their ever growing loyal fan base who adore the band.
The music video for the single features footage from their record-breaking gig on top of prominent Telford landmark, The Wrekin, with amazing 360 degree landscape shots from the peak of the hill with Savannah performing at the centre. The videos main story will focus around 2 scooterist friends who are trying to catch the Savannah gig & a scooterist meet and ride out.
Over 50 scooterist from all around Shropshire appeared for the occasion.
2015 was an extremely good year for Savannah, having already released 3 new singles, played at over 200 live dates including three sold out 250 capacity gigs, made history with a record-breaking gig on The Wrekin and have toured extensively across the country through winter 2015.
“Music Is My High” will be released Saturday February 27th, with a traditional Savannah launch party to celebrate at the historic working men’s club, The Anstice Memorial Institute Club in Madeley.
The night will possibly be Savannahs largest headline event to date with a range of local acts to support. The band aim to raise the much-needed funding & awareness for this iconic venue that requires lots of maintenance work before being fit for purpose once again.
After the release, Savannah will be touring again to spread the good word and take their unique live performance & atmosphere wherever they go.
Late 2016 will see the long-awaited release of their debut album through their self-founded label Hartfield Records along with a special vinyl release for record store day in April.
Savannah are on the rise and ever growing in their musical diversity and their fan base. 2016 will be the year of the Savannah.
- 11th – Rose & Crown Stirchley, Telford
- 16th – Madeley Cricket Club, Songwriters sessions
- 18th – The Full Moon, Stoke
- 26th – INK-A-GOGO, Convention Telford
- 1st – The Hare 7 Hounds, Ketley
- 2nd – The Fighting Cocks, Stottesdon
- 8th – The Bear, Bridgnorth
- 9th – Dawley Town Hall, Acoustic
- 23rd – The Duke of York, Oakengates St Georges celebration
- 29th – The Winking Frog, Shifnal
- 1st – The Salopian, Shrewsbury (Bank Holiday Tradition)
- 13th – The George, Bridgnorth
- 21st – Private party
- 27th – Hartfield Records Launch Night @ Dawley Town Hall
- 28th – Rock & Bowl Festival, Market Drayton