This uplifting song envisions a world where the beauty shines through, a place free from greed or oppression. In many ways, the song personifies what the band is all about, and it was accordingly chosen as the title for Fishbone documentary Everyday Sunshine
, released in 2010.
In the film, we hear from the likes of George Clinton, Flea and Les Claypool
, who expound on just how good these guys really are. It becomes clear that the band's nirvana - their "Everyday Sunshine" - is on stage. Their problems stem from band dynamics and a musical style that never fit a convenient niche, hamstringing their commercial fortunes.