"Daydreamer" captures singer-songwriter Tivoli Skye in a state of flux as she slowly begins to distance herself from the pop she's been ensconced in since her early teens. Her songs have always had an emotive honesty to them that flew in the face of over-production.
Though this album still has a heavy studio hand throughout, the songs are little closer to the bone and stand out as if outgrowing themselves. This makes "Daydreamer" more like an album and a half. It ain't bad, but I'm really looking forward to the next one.