With the release of her latest single “Drop The Needle Down”, Canadian songstress Amanda Sadler reveals the fruits of her recent Nashville songwriting sessions. Co-written with Patricia Conroy and Dave Thomson, the song is an infectious, personable dose of country-pop grounded by Sadler’s warm, sincere vocals. There’s an intimate vibe to the recording, yet the hummable chorus just as easily lends itself to those who wish to join in on Sadler’s fond ruminations.
Rooted in the romantic imagery of listening to 45s and making wine-kissed memories, “Drop the Needle Down” revels in its own simplicity. Disruptions (the skipping of the vinyl, turning a record over) are best left ignored or swiftly remedied. Although it’s described as a song that “evokes nostalgic memories”, it also confirms the importance of living and loving in the present.
“Drop The Needle Down ” is the follow-up to Sadler’s 2015 EP The Light.