Is Corporate Americana a genre? If that's what you've been searching for, look no further. Ukulele riffs, strummed guitar and a healthy lead of banjo join forces over a stomp beat for a country folk inspired theme that leaves you smelling of campfires, spreadsheets and horses. And bacon apparently.
Old time banjo track. Accompanied by piano and guitar, simplicity is the name of the game for this country Americana track. Igniting the yesteryear feel with a honky-tonk, lo-fi feel to the recording, it's a slow paced amble through American plains on horseback, with time to reflect on life's great mysteries. Satisfyingly uncomplicated and charming.
Lush folk pop song about finding the girl of your dreams, featuring harmonized vocals, acoustic guitar, and lap steel. With its soft, lilting flow and rich simplicity, it gives you a real sense of freedom and authenticity. Mix that with its clean production and well crafted structure, add in a catchy, melodic chorus, and you have a track of real quality that does its job with the minimum of fuss and maximum of values. A fresh, modern take on 1970s Americana.
A mellow, driving, acoustic song about going where life takes you. Gently rolling guitar, clean male vocals, smooth slide leads - all go together to create a really fresh track that continues to build through piano and brushed drums. Slightly melancholic, quietly optimistic, and with a hint of modern singer/songwriter about it, it's a well structured piece that just flows without fuss.