A particular high point for the record is the funky, bongo-driven "Real Love (Yeah)." This is Rault at his most glam, with the guitar moving out of the spotlight and the rhythm section taking over. This happens again and again on this record, which is less about riffs and more about grooves. It's also fairly versatile, trading wild party jams for more laidback jams, such as the bluesy ode to breakups "Hiding From A Heartbreak" and the goofy psych ballad "Dancing With Tears In My Eyes."
What makes this record great is that it actually tackles some pretty serious stuff (loneliness, heartbreak, life and loneliness in a new place) without becoming too serious. Living Daylight rocks and grooves and has a good time, just like a proper rock'n'roll record should. (Pirates Blend)