If you aren’t familiar with Nashville’s The New Respects, consider yourself unenlightened. This family four-piece are consistently turning out some of music’s freshest sounds thanks to their keen ability to fuse rock and pop with traces of soul and funk so comfortably. Their latest furthers that trend.
“Something To Believe In,” the first follow-up to debut EP Here Comes Trouble, impresses with an accessible groove before introducing funked-up licks and percussion that drives the cut. But it’s the untroubled harmonies capturing the spirit of hopefulness underscoring the piece that emerge as the aural focal point.
It’s obvious only bigger and brighter days lie ahead, get yourself familiar with a spin below: