Kicking off the Monday with a premiere that suits the day perfectly as Judah Holiday returns with the visuals for “Good Life,” the video captures the uplifting spirit of the song with some great Summer symbols and landscapes as it also deals with the dark themes the track itself deals with.
As Judah comments:
“I wrote this song while I was in rehab and moving out of a dark place and into the good life, which in my eyes is a sober life. I wanted to portray in the video the realities of rehab, its confinement and darkness, and at the same time the colorful future I knew I had the power to reach.”
Daniel Judah Pulver, known professionally as Judah Holiday, is an American songwriter and performing artist.
Pulver’s music career started at the early age of seven when he began to play the drums. At age ten, Daniel picked up his first guitar and has never parted ways with it since. During this time, he learned about chord progressions and fell quickly in love with the idea of being able to sing and play guitar simultaneously. At the age of fifteen, Daniel began writing poems and shortly thereafter began composing melodies.
After the tragic events of September, the eleventh, Daniel was inspired to write his first song which came to fruition through combining an original poem with a melody that was previously written.Throughout his early twenties, Daniel grew as a songwriter and performer. He became a regular in the Lower East Side music scene, playing routinely at the legendary CBGB Gallery, as well as Crash Mansion, the 169 Bar, and the Recoup Lounge. Towards the age of twenty-five, Daniel made his way south to Miami, where he stood to take-on the production side of music. He taught himself how to record and produce his own music, working daily to perfect his craft. Daniel’s music is inspired by music icons like James Taylor and Neil Young, as well as by more contemporary artist’s such as Gavin DeGraw, Coldplay, and Matt Kearney.