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Goodbye June: See Where The Night Goes

Goodbye June's See Where The Night Goes is a golden opportunity to behold the healing power of rock’n’roll

Goodbye June: See Where The Night Goes cover art
(Image: © Earache Records)

See Where The Night Goes was created during the pandemic, and cousins Landon Milbourn, Brandon Qualkenbush and Tyler Baker’s overarching aim with album number three was to turn the negative into positive and release a truly accessible and spirit-lifting record. 

And, it has to be said, the album is true to that laudable goal, helped in no small part by the catchy AC/DC thing the band have going on in the anthemic title track, Stand And Deliver, the bruising Breathe And Attack and riotous Three Chords

What I Need recalls Motley Crue’s Home Sweet Home, building to a rousing gospel chorus, while Baby, I’m Back is a hymn to partying and hangovers.

Fresh and life-affirming, this album is a real blast.

Whether it’s magazines, books or online, Essi has been writing about rock ’n’ metal for around thirty years. He has been reviews editor for Classic Rock and Metal Hammer, rock reviews editor for lads mag Front and worked for Kerrang!. He has also written the Rough Guide to Heavy Metal and contributed to the Rough Guide to Rock and Rough Guide Book of Playlists, and the Guinness Book of British Hit Singles (13th edition). Most fun interview? Tenacious D – Jack Black and Kyle Gass – for The Pick of Destiny movie book. An avid record/CD/tape collector, he’s amassed more music than he could ever possibly listen to, which annoys his wife no end.