About this deal
In the book, the band only releases one album before breaking up, but it catapults them to superstardom. It’s understandable that fans would be nervous about finally hearing “Aurora”, but Blake and his co-writers have created an album that captures the magical, unmistakable sound of the ‘70s.
Daisy Jones and the Six Vinyl - Linkfire Daisy Jones and the Six Vinyl - Linkfire
It’s also a rare opportunity to connect with a story and characters you love — and to connect with them whenever you want, just by putting on some headphones or blasting it through speakers.The real-life granddaughter of Elvis Presley, Keough actually had no singing experience before filming. She told Vanity Fair she “sounded so bad that I started crying” when she started working with a vocal coach in preparation for filming. Aurora” is all sweeping choruses, guitar riffs, hard drums and soulful keys. But it would be nothing (or at least a lot less) without the soaring vocals of the show’s stars Riley Keough and Sam Claflin.
Daisy Jones and the Six: Aurora Is Finally a Real Album Daisy Jones and the Six: Aurora Is Finally a Real Album
For his part, Claflin also learned how to sing for the show. He’s another natural performer, and their voices sound so good together. Fans of the book adore Daisy and Billy’s “will they, won’t they” relationship, and none will be sad at how it comes to life in the show — especially when they’re in the recording studio. ‘Aurora’ Is A Genuinely Good AlbumListening to “Aurora”, it’s staggering that Keough hasn’t been performing all her life. She belts out songs and commands attention on stage, so much so that it causes some tension between her character and Claflin’s Billy, the band’s other frontman.