Sun, Skyfever face the Sun in “Sunny Days”.
Dramatic as Creed and tuneful as Travis, “Sunny Days” sounds like Sun slipping through clouds of gray.
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Treading water… Keeping distance…
A short distance to shoreline.
Tide takes its toll and takes you out.
Out with the tide, on the tide you’ll return.
“The Sun and sea are watching over me.”
The chorus makes a singalong of this song, even if you haven’t heard it before. The vocals come out strong as wind sweeping over waves of melody.
Despite a definite emphasis on vocals, “Sunny Days” is very much a full picture song. Guitar strings, strummed, hang strung out all around. Drum taps and touches touch the top of the spectrum and everywhere underneath. As a seamless force, this song rushes the senses.
“Sunny Days” is mellow music with a rock hard kick. It kicks into gear by the first chorus and keeps cruising clear to the end. You don’t have to let it end, though – there’s always the replay button. Have at it.