Darryl Kissick Comes to Life with “My Sunshine”

Darryl Kissick of the band Foxwarren lives in Regina, Saskatchewan. On October 8, Kissick released a solo full-length album titled My Sunshine. The album was mixed by Jon Anderson (Andy Shauf, Aidan Knight, etc.) and mastered by Philip Shaw Bova (Bahamas, Lido Pimienta, etc.).  Artwork by Darryl’s father, Larry Kissick. The album came from a long, tedious self-produced process, one that really could have had no end, except for when he stopped recording.

“I began recording this album many years ago and struggled to finish it.  The ideas would accumulate in bursts and then sit untouched for months at a time as work and family commitments took precedent.  Finally, after releasing and touring behind the last Foxwarren album, I felt inspired to finish this project.  Beginning in the summer of 2019, I began trudging through old hard drives, compiling tracks, rewriting lyrics, manipulating vocals and instruments, and ultimately trying to make sense of the dozens of songs I had started.”

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