75 0

Skydiggers – Warmth of the Sun

Canadian folk rockers Skydiggers released their 9th studio album, Warmth of the Sun, on October 20th. The veterans have been around for 30 years and their latest release shows that they still have it in them: writing catchy, honest and compassionate songs.

In an ever-changing world, Skydiggers’ new album spreads a message of hope and reconciliation. The first track on the album, the title track, is about being honest with yourself, in order to get to a better place.
“Can the warmth of the sun heal anyone? Can the stars and the moon reveal the truth?”

The vocal harmony is spot on, production top notch and a meandering bass line ties everything together. This artfully aesthetic, clean song isn’t a new current to the genre but who cares? If you’re in the business over 30 years, you’re pioneers.    skydiggers2.jpg
Follow on Facebook | Twitter | YouTube


Roel started ForTheLoveOfBands to provide bands and artists with a platform to get their music heard and provide tips gathered along the way. Being a musician himself, he knows how hard it is and how much time it takes to promote your newly recorded gems.

Related Post

Lou Patty – EP review

Dutch band, Lou Patty releases their 3rd EP and after some research of their first two, it’s quite a departure. Melodies are
Read More

The Division Men – Heaven Knows Why

The first time I was in Texas my band was on tour with the industrial group Skinny Puppy. It was
Read More

VTCN RADIO – Mydriase LP

Recently I returned home after traveling for about a month. Coming back my apartment felt strange. Foggy and empty as
Read More

The Details – Stop and Dedicate Some Time to the Sun

On a Saturday evening in September my friend stated, “Today was the last day of summer.” Her bright blue eyes
Read More

The Cosmic Coronas – The Grove

“Foolish Hearts” by The Cosmic Coronas is a genuine Rock lullaby. Distinguished arpeggios and weepy guitar bends accompany the slow-swinging
Read More

Leave a Reply

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.