Simple Joy, as their name suggests, crafts easy and groovy country music with feel-food sensibilities. They emulate the trends of the 60s and 70s mixing folk, blues, country, and swing rhythms to fathom iconic soundscapes. The Simple Joy have just released their latest album, titled Unravel. The album are made up of fourteen, guitar intensive country rock that is spruced up by diverse interesting textures. Taken from this album is ‘Triple-Double’ in which The Simple Joy nostalgic instrumental portrays bluegrass, country, and folk. Listen Now!

The track has an incredibly nostalgic sonic print. The resplendent blues melodies alongside raw guitar accents and textured riffs are made dynamic by the swing rhythm. Its links to inextricable the rock and roll is reminiscent of artists like Johnny Cash, Ray Charles, Everly Brothers, and the likes.

The Simple Joy was formed in 2019 by a Durham, North Carolina group. They began playing songs written by Tuck Satterfield which was progressively elevated by arrangements and instrumental parts fathomed by Pam McCarthy (drums), Michael Lowry (bass, harmony vocals), Stephen Munoz (lead parts and solos).

The track is available for streaming on popular sites like Spotify, Apple Music, YouTube Music, and Amazon Music!

You can listen to ‘Triple-Double’ by The Simple Joy and Matt Douglas here –