Review: Sunny Ozell – Driving Highways

Sunny Ozell takes everyone to church with ethereal, gospel-tinged track ‘Driving Highways’, from forth-coming album ‘Overnight Lows’ due out in 2020.

The album, written by Sunny and a community of New York Village musicians, Andy Hess and Ethan Eubanks who worked on her debut as well as Adam Levy and Jason Blynn with sounds inspired by Dr John, Harry Nilsson and The Staples Singers.

There’s something about ‘Driving Highways’ that reminds me of ‘Under The Bridge’ by Red Hot Chili Peppers and Don Henley’s ‘Desperado’ – not only in the musical references but the song lyrics of turning from despair to hope. “…I will hold my head up high tonight, turn from the shadows to face the light…”

It’s been 4 years since Sunny released debut album ‘Take It With Me’ and Musicvein can’t wait to hear what new delights she has in store.

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