Simplicity is the defining factor of Fanny and the Atta Boys’ music, yet the San Diego-based band's style is anything but simple. Uniting various genres from Roots, Country Swing, Jazz and Blues, their sound is sound is both undeniably eclectic and exciting.
The story of a couple that doesn’t have much other than one another, "Simple Love," the first single from Fanny and the Atta Boys’ upcoming album A Peck of Dirt, draws from many of those influences. With it's slightly ominous overtones, the jazzy track features the interplay of banjo and clarinet, as well as Fanny's strong, attention-grabbing female vocals that culminates in an incredibly singing outro.
Natt Wise has this to say of the track, "Simple Love is always a song that gets the crowd moving! The tempo change really catches dancers and listeners. It's always fun to see the reaction. The song is a life struggle love song. Two people who don't have much but they sure have each other. One more thing. This song has inspired multiple dance circles that always extends the tempo change. "
TDC is pleased to premiere "Simple Love." Stream the track below.