13 Songs, 53 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Brighter Day may be full of goodbyes, but none of them is spiteful. That’s how warm country singer Troy Cassar-Daley’s voice is. Even on the heartbroken “I Don’t See You,” he sounds wounded but optimistic, turning a night of isolation into a fiddle-propelled dance party. Likewise, "My Town" and “Family Farm” pay tribute not just to old residences but to a rural Australian lifestyle that seems to be slipping away. The singer feels it’s time to move on, but this album feels like coming home.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Brighter Day may be full of goodbyes, but none of them is spiteful. That’s how warm country singer Troy Cassar-Daley’s voice is. Even on the heartbroken “I Don’t See You,” he sounds wounded but optimistic, turning a night of isolation into a fiddle-propelled dance party. Likewise, "My Town" and “Family Farm” pay tribute not just to old residences but to a rural Australian lifestyle that seems to be slipping away. The singer feels it’s time to move on, but this album feels like coming home.

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