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(In the Words of John Stewart) NAILED IT!

The Dailies deftly manage to avoid the all to common "sophomore slump" and instead deliver their finest piece of work to date. Mixing Metaphors is a compelling, cohesive suite of songs that quickly wend their way into the subconscious. At once challenging and inviting, Chad and Erica Reisser beckon us into dark valleys of introspection and tumult that eventually give way to an irresistible path lined with lush melodies, and burgeoning blooms of epiphany. Songs of particular note include “The Tempest”, “She Goes” and “Young Man” (the latter of which could easily place Chad Reisser in the pantheon of blue eyed soul singers like Mark Cohn or Gavin DeGraw). Erica Reisser delivers an in-your-face vocal performance on “Now What” that that leaves the listener pining for more and the instrumental “The Science Project” is especially worth noting for pianist and keyboardist Michael Lee’s innovative approach to studio recording and is a prime indicator of an undeniable chemistry between these singer/songwriters and their exceptionally gifted band. In their debut album, “What It Is”, The Dailies intimated their desire to run for all they’re worth and run they have, indeed.

The Dailies do it again!

If you loved the first album, this one does not disappoint! Catchy tunes, intelligent lyrics and great production value. You won't be disappointed...

Simply Captivating

From the opening track, The Dailies have put together an album that's hard to walk away from. I find myself lingering outside of buildings and meetings, hoping to rest just a while longer in the presence of epic arrangements (Signal Chain; The Tide), songs that move a young father's soul (Young Man) or tracks that make your heart smile (She Goes; Feel Good; All In) . Mixing Metaphors just made Christmas shopping that much easier this year... and it's only March. Everyone's getting a copy.

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