The band will kick off their headline tour next week!
NSW-based five-piece The Good Love have shared their new single, Sunshine Sometime.
Produced by Jack Nigro (Pacific Avenue, The Terrys, TOTTY). the ‘60’s inspired cut is an ode to those people in our lives who bring light and love, and the longing to spend all your time with them. Frontman Leroy Ashford-Meehan's transfixing vocals warmly float above dynamic sonics, led by spaghetti western influenced guitar lines, building towards mesmerising harmony work throughout the songs chorus.
“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 share.
To celebrate the release, the band will embark on a rural NSW tour, kicking off in Thirroul on May 15. The run of shows will continue on to Milton, Newtown and Wamberal, before wrapping up in Kiama on May 21.
Sunshine Sometime is out now!