After putting space and time between previous situations and locations, Brad Slade reflects on the frustration of being haunted by taxing people and problems that seem inescapable, and shows how a joy can be found in learning to accept the world as it is, and the people as they are, as it all seems to repeat itself in every place you go. Showing how it is not a place you would want to leave behind, but a set of values that prevent you from finding comfort, anywhere you are.
The video, shot all in black and white, focuses on the small details that build up wide open vistas of the south coast, to pull you right into that mindset of taking a moment to get away from the hustle and bustle of life and reflect on all the minor elements and memories that make your life what it is. Putting a distance between you and it so you can figure out how you feel about it all, Slardy invites you towards ideas of acceptance and appreciation of everything there is to find peace in one's present or past. The production is a slow, yet repetitive echoing of classical instruments, that bring the feeling of taking a breather on what you know is an ongoing journey. A piano taps away to the simple automotive, day-to-day experiences, where strings come in to emphasise the moments felt most profound. Appropriately released at the start of the year, Brad Slade - Everywhere I go, prompts you to see what's happened in a positive light, and use it to spur you on to do even better in, and make more enjoyment out of, whatever happens next.