Singer-songwriter Savannah Conley shares the music video for "Best I Can", the title track of her new EP.

Featuring three new tracks, Savannah Conley’s ‘Best I Can’ EP sees the artist embrace life’s unpredictable moments, as well as tackling the feelings that result at the end of a relationship. Today, she’s unveiling the music video for the EP’s title track.


“There was a point where I just made the decision to be more involved by trusting my decisions and advocating for myself. This is the most involved I’ve ever been, it has my stamp all over it”, Savannah said of the creative process for the EP.


Speaking on the visuals, Savannah explained: “When thinking about this video, my main goal was for it not to take itself too seriously. When Tyler (Dunning Evans) brought me this treatment, I was so excited. It offered all the tension that I felt the song needed, while still maintaining an element of laughing at itself. This was the fourth video Tyler and I had done together, and I am just so consistently impressed by his ideas and commitment to making them happen. This was absolutely no exception.”


Raised in Nashville and born to a background singer mother and session guitarist father, Savannah always felt an innate need to express her emotions and experiences through song. Impressively, she won the John Lennon Songwriting award at just 19 years old, and went on to share her debut EP just two years later.


To celebrate her new era of music, Savannah Conley is currently on a headline U.S. tour throughout July.

Watch the music video below: