DAISY JONES AND THE SIX added three more episodes showcasing the inner workings of creating their first album. It highlighted the huge amounts of drugs and alcohol that went down while solidifying who the band was and what kind of music was their thing. The series also placed front and center Daisy, Billy, and Cam’s relationship.
Sexual tension ruled throughout each installment. It was evident with every piercing look and disagreement. The “see/saw” life of a musician can rip a family to shreds, even if based on a solid foundation. Billy (Sam Claflin) is confused by the emotional strain of creating new songs under such close contact with Daisy (Riley Keough) every waking moment. Temptation is everywhere, even between other members of the band. It is hard to make clear decisions when faced eye to eye all day and night. Camilla (Camila Morrone) chose to trust. Did she make the right decision?
The music is what stands out for this series. The harmonies, the driving beat, and the pure, clear melodic tones of Daisy and Billy add to the entertainment factor. It is a kick to watch a show all about sex, drugs, and rock and roll. It is sad knowing where all of this is heading. Bands came and went back in the day, even if they were highly successful and popular. And it is an emotional roller coaster riding this journey with the granddaughter of the iconic Elvis Presley. The girl can sing.
DAISY JONES AND THE SIX Is told through interviews with each band member and flashbacks. Viewers have been given the knowledge of knowing the outcome. This gives the reveals more strength and power. It is all about the journey and how they got there. The writing on the wall appears for all to see due to the raw, authentic performances. How lonely is the life of a musician?
DAISY JONES AND THE SIX is available to stream on AMAZON PRIME.