When it comes to beloved tunes in the Australian songbook, Daryl Braithwaite’s iconic interpretation of Rickie Lee Jones’ The Horses, is definitely up there.
A fact confirmed by the way the former Sherbet frontman had the crowd, and indeed Australia, eating out of the palm of his hand when he performed a rousing rendition of the track at the recent Fire Fight bushfire relief concert.
Not to mention the love received from Newcastle’s From A Distance Sessions‘ recent Horses-themed live stream.
Well, now Daryl is giving you the chance to grab your own little piece of The Horses awesomeness in the form of a VERY limited edition T-shirt.
The tee is rocking a quite the retro vibe thanks to some very ’80s-inspired font work while a group of glorious equines appear to be emerging from Daryl’s outstretched hands as he belts out the tune against a serene coastal backdrop.
There is also a massive sense of FOMO here because there are only FIVE of these babies in existence.
If you want to add a little Braithwaite pizazz to your wardrobe, as well as being the envy of all your friends next AusMusic T-shirt Day, all you have to do it hit this link and follow a truly exhaustive Daryl Braithwaite Complete Collection playlist on Spotify or Apple Music.
Check out Love Songs below
It really couldn’t be easier.
This surprising merch drop comes after Daryl released his first new music in seven years in the form of the single Love Songs – a track that was originally intended for P!nk.
Despite being Daryl’s first musical outing since 2013’s Forever The Tourist, he is sounding better than ever.