After the release of the video clip for Walking to Oman’s in June, Fraser A. Gorman is back with another set of sweet buttery tunes.
Easy Dazy may not be sunny from start to finish but it will certainly leave you feeling warm and relaxed. Opening the album, My own Sunshine is smooth and lazy, scattered throughout with hauntingly/heavenly female harmonies, leaving great promise the next 9 tracks. As the album proceeds, Gorman takes us through a somewhat self-deprecating, yet beautiful narrative, brought to life with beachy guitar tones and sweet vocals that remind me somewhat of the wonderful Kevin Morby.
‘Wait for my Love’ brings us into a slightly more mellow mood, accompanied once again with female vocals, creating quite the masterpiece. The world Sure Looks Dark…, released as a single earlier this year, unveils a more upbeat nature, delving into a slightly more rocky groove.
Gorman wraps up the album in a slower motion however, with Silence turns to Gold and St. Joe’s Street, which will leave eyes closed and swaying to and forth, hoping for just one more tune… luckily for us we can just play it all over again.