“Apparently taking a cue from Pharrell Williams, Spencer Day is happy these days and hopes that is reflected in his forthcoming CD, "Daybreak."”
“…Day exudes charm, class and coolness in a way I thought was lost on this present generation of navel gazers. Give this chap an ear!”
“...One of Day’s strong points as a songwriter is his avoidance of completely wallowing in heartbreak throughout. He examines the subject with similar stylistic flair as his heroes: Cole Porter, Joni Mitchell, John Lennon, and Paul Simon. Musically, Day fluently shifts between soul, Latin jazz, the scores of Ennio Morricone, early-’60s pop, and film noir soundtracks. The release of this album confirms Spencer Day isn’t afraid to examine his surroundings, for better or worse, and will not simply rest on his laurels.”
“Veering into what he calls a ‘darker territory’ than fans might expect on his first LP in three years, Day elicits his prodigious talents to examine love and loss in all of its crippling vicissitude. Yet the legion of supporters who’ve followed the handsome rising star for nearly a decade now need not worry, The Mystery Of You still enlists the up tempo jazz-pop sound and cinematic spirit that have made Spencer Day so successful.”
“Spencer Day woos with his heartfelt way”
"Put him in the company of Rufus Wainwright, Nellie McKay and other young singer- songwriters who have open hearts and something new to say."