Rarely has an album been so accurately titled; many of these compositions are barely even there.
What Nick Talbot has served up here is, on the whole, a majestic portion of atmosphere drenched folk.
Much here drags on far too long without capturing any particularly exciting colors
Much of this record plays like a tribute to ’90s miserabilists Red House Painters, all phantom-like reverb over misleadingly comforting folk tropes.
The Ghost in Daylight is ignorable background music and the lowest point of the Gravenhurst discography thus far.