Classic rocker David Vaters offers hope in difficult times on new single ‘FLYING’
NASHVILLE. TN/TORONTO, CA. - Feb 10, 2020 – David Vaters is about to release an uplifting and hopeful song that rhythmically soothes the soul. At some point in life we all lose loved ones. It’s inevitable but it’s never easy. In fact, more often than not it’s a painful experience – one that is often soothed by the hope of something better after death. That’s the sentiment that Canadian-born artist David Vaters is trying to capture on his newest single “Flying.”
After years of working with well known musicians and producers in the US, Canada and UK, such as Henri Spinetti, Dave Markee, Skip Procop, Andre Wahl, Tom Hemby and Dan Cutronia
– Vaters has been developing a solo career. His album and single releases over the past couple of years have gained him some notoriety with millions of streams and notable radio play in the UK, Australia and USA, and his heartfelt, honest & sometimes raw lyrics are connecting with fans all over the world.
With “Flying” which is set to drop on Feb. 20, Vaters said he wants to provide listeners a sense of hope and yes, even joy during times of life that are often the most difficult.
Uplifting (Tom Petty like) lyrics include the chorus “Everything is different now - I'm flying and looking down - It's better than I thought it was - I'm flying with angels now"