Saint Eden | Ready To Love

A review of SAINT EDEN's new song READY TO LOVE

Written by MartinB

On October 16, 2020

Review

Ready to Love is a well-crafted romantic, country pop song that will appeal to the masses and should secure Saint Eden’s place on the festival programmes of the future, as well as take them swiftly into the iTunes Country Chart.

 Sam Bradley (lead vocal, guitar) and Bobby Harris (lead guitar, vocals) were introduced to one another by a mutual friend. Their shared passion for country pop was evident from the off and they have since spent time in Nashville where Sam spent part of his childhood.

Sam’s Mother continues to run songwriters retreats over there and Sam Palladio is a family friend.

The duo has worked with some of Nashville’s leading songwriters and this track is testament to a great partnership, whose vocals and musicianship blend well.

The lyrics explore those desolate feelings when you have given up hope of finding love, until one night in a bar and you see that someone who ignites a spark that says your ‘Ready To Love’.

 Their music is attracting new fans every day and Saint Eden now has a classy and varied catalogue of work to their name. I look forward to seeing them live.

 

 

Artwork for Saint Eden's Ready To Love

Credits

Saint Eden| Ready To Love

Credits

Performed by Saint Eden

Written by Alasdair Harris, Jason Guy, Sam Lindsey

Produced by Dan Weller

 

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