Los Angeles singer/songwriter/guitarist DAVID HAERLE has taken a very unique–and at times winding–path that has led to the release of his new single, “Go Do That With Sharon,” available now on all digital platforms. This is the first song off his forthcoming album Death Valley, a 15-track collection which will be released Spring 2020.
Listen to “Go Do That With Sharon”: https://smarturl.it/godothatwithsharon
“The song’s kind of an inside joke between me and my partner Erica,” HAERLE explains. “We have a very good friend, Sharon, who likes to do things some people might find a little offbeat or kooky, like the international UFO convention she just attended. When Erica and I are traveling, say on Interstate 15 and I exclaim, ‘I’d love to go explore that abandoned water park over there,’ something she has zero interest in, she’ll say ‘go do that with Sharon.’ Even in the best of relationships there will be interests both parties don’t share, so to be able to have other friends you can ‘go do that with’ is a healthy thing.”
The songs included on Death Valley were selected “based mostly on feeling and what I thought would make a good listening experience,” shares HAERLE. “Death Valley is the culmination of where inspiration took me during this period in my life. We rock pretty hard in places. We take it way down in others. I sing about renewal, how we lose our way and then find our way back. There’s a lot of love and gratitude expressed on this record and hopefully people find beauty in some of what we have done.”
Making music took a back seat to running the label, but HAERLE never stopped playing guitar and in recent years, he has returned to his passion of performing and releasing original music. His debut album Garden of Edendale was released in Summer 2018. His sophomore album, Death Valley, will be out Spring 2020 and “Go Do That With Sharon” is the first taste of this new project.
Track Listing for Death Valley:
I Want To Be Like Him
The Free Show
Go Do That With Sharon
Romy And Michele
Self Made Man
The Groove Of The Record
Run And Be Free