Out this Friday March 4, ‘From Dusk Till Dawn’ is the latest album from Australian singer-songwriter, Craig Heath. The 9 track long-player is available to pre-save here.
Melbourne artist Craig Heath uses his lyrics as a path to redemption, while combining an Australian country music sound with the Nashville storytelling style. The album is a collaborative cavalcade, featuring guest vocals and songs from Aussie legends Rick Springfield and Keith Urban, as well as the incredible Richard Marx.
Craig Heath’s own vocals are powerful and smooth, as he takes his listeners on a roller coaster ride through his life. It’s not hard to find articles about Craig’s career and business setbacks, as well as the recent death of his long-time friend, business partner, and manager, Glen Wheatley. Craig however is powering through all the challenges, and with his new album, ‘From Dusk Till Dawn’ he’s created something to be very proud of.
‘From Dusk Till Dawn’ was recorded in Nashville, and he’s channelled all his hurt and emotions into the record, serving as a catharsis and enabling healing to begin.
All the songs on ‘From Dusk Till Dawn’ are immediately accessible and relatable, and while they’re ostensibly country songs, there’s a pop rock vibe to many (tracks 8 and 9, ‘Love’s Never Leaving’, and ‘Somebody Like Me’ are notable exceptions).