See the Sun, the third studio album by Australian singer-songwriter Pete Murray, was released in 2005, charting in Australia, New Zealand and the Netherlands. The album spawned three singles: “Better Days”, “Opportunity” and “George's Helper”. “Class A” was also released a radio-only single. “Better Days” was, according to Murray, the hardest song to record, but it ended up becoming one of his best-known hits.
This is the first time the album is released on vinyl. It is released as a limited edition of 1000 individually numbered copies on sun coloured vinyl. The package comes with an insert and the run-out groove of the record contains secret inscriptions.