THE GOOD LOVE
UNVEIL LUMINOUS NEW CUT ‘SUNSHINE SOMETIME’
SUPPORT FOR ‘SUNSHINE SOMETIME’
“A sweet, seductive love song for all.”
Atwood Magazine (USA)
“Cut from an authentic paisley-print cloth, The Good Love dish out this ’60s psych-pop track with harmonies and starry-eyed vibes for days.” – ★★★★
Dave Ruby Howe – triple j Unearthed (AUS)
“Oh yes I very much want to pick daisies and lay lazy in the sunshine to this.” – ★★★★
Imogen Hanrahan – triple j Unearthed (AUS)
NSW-based rock quintet The Good Love have just revealed their dreamy new single ‘Sunshine Sometime’ – produced by Jack Nigro (Pacific Avenue, The Terrys, TOTTY).
‘Sunshine Sometime’ is a moseying, ‘60’s inspired gem filled with bright tremolo guitars, groove-laden bass and playful piano that set a beguiling bedrock for enchanting vocal harmonies to soar. The track builds elegantly with deft dynamics, led by lead singer Leroy Ashford-Meehan and his earnest delivery, capping off a delightful ride through dreamlike steez.
The band talks about the inspiration behind ‘Sunshine Sometime’:
“’Sunshine Sometime’ is about the longing for someone who cannot be described more than a beam of sunshine. It was inspired by a visit to Manning’s Great Aunt Margaret in Melbourne. The song reflects on a wholesome morning with a lovely individual, telling jokes and stories and sipping tea. In this respect, we all wish to have someone like Margaret, who can shine sunshine onto others. So raise your teacup/glass/whatever and tell someone you love them.”
The band will embark on a tour across New South Wales, including stops at Sydney, Milton, Thirroul, Wamberal and Kiama, to coincide with the release. This continues on from multiple sold-out headline shows and a national tour with Pacific Avenue.
Taking cues from luminaries The Beach Boys, The Rolling Stones and The Beatles, The Good Love effortlessly brings the nostalgic sounds of 60s pop-rock into a contemporary setting. While the members are spread across New South Wales locations Byron Bay, Yamba and the Central Coast, they come together to create an infectious sonic footprint of effervescent tunes full of dancing and singalongs. The band mentions, “just the fact that we all live so far away from each other but come together for shows recording and practice is pretty unique, I think.”
‘Sunshine Sometime’ is available worldwide now
THE GOOD LOVE
‘SUNSHINE SOMETIME’ RURAL NSW TOUR
FRI 13 MAY | MILTON HOTEL, MILTON NSW
SAT 14 MAY | BEACHES HOTEL, THIRROUL NSW
THU 19 MAY | THE VANGUARD, NEWTOWN NSW
FRI 20 MAY | OCEAN VIEW BEACH CLUB, WAMBERAL NSW
SAT 21 MAY | KIAMA BOWLO, KIAMA NSW
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