On first listen, ‘One Day’ is pensive and unfiltered, depressing and hopeful all at the same time. And the more you listen, the more the genius of the lyric shines through. Ryland Fisher and his co-writer, Max Flinn, have strung every word together with delightful intentionality. Lines like, “Pouring your memory over ice” while acoustic guitar shines through the melody prove that Fisher understands how to craft a damn fine country song. A fitting conclusion to Sleeping with Ghosts: Volume I, the production of ‘One Day’—especially at the very end—just might leave you with goosebumps.