This Donovan / Cream tinged jam riffs out in the British California of our minds where it’s always sunny yet somewhat dark. The song’s style twangs like a whistle in the distance on a runaway train; a call and answer of thick western sound. Written for an ex-lover on the plains of Saskatchewan, “Sunshine” features four time Juno winner and former guitarist of the sheepdogs Leot Hanson on lead guitar especially during the middle 8, along side skull creek producer Aspen Beveridge, completing this small town imagination.
Scott Klein Releases ‘SUNSHINE’
Especially dreamy with precise mysticism, Klein’s next single “Sunshine” is a sentimental dance in the middle of the night, that cries out a collage of images transcending people to the depths of their imagination. The rhythmic guitar notes are a folky parallel to the haunting lyrics that channel a type of moaning over top of the emptiness of the Canadian prairies.