Denver's Future Joy Drops Single That Just Couldn't Wait For The Rest Of The Album
Future Joy AKA Zachary Simms has more music coming down the pipeline but says "Work From Home" needed to be released and he needed to respect its wishes.
Future Joy has been called "an invigorating and refreshing addition to EDM" and covers an array of sub-genres in electronic dance music from dubstep to house to glitch hop to vaporwave. The new single is smooth and charismatic, though a little bit off the wall. Featuring the signature saxy sounds Future Joy has become known for, the song is mixed with some experimental bass sounds in the beginning. It's rather melodic all the way through and by the end, you find yourself engulfed in an abundance of unique sounds that somehow tie the entire track together just masterfully. The new track can be found on iTunes here and is being released independently.
You can catch Future Joy around the Mile High City coming up with a performance at Denver's popular Cervantes Masterpiece Ballroom on August 17th. He'll follow that performance up a couple of weeks later at the highly anticipated Compound Sound, a new festival to Colorado taking place September 6th-8th at Hummingbird Ranch in Rye, CO. After that, Future Joy departs for what's so far a five-part National tour, where he'll stop through cities St. Louis, Charleston, Charlotte, Cincinnati, and Council Bluffs.
To stay caught up on all things Future Joy, head over to the official website or visit the official Facebook Page here. For press inquiries, promo requests, to arrange an interview, or to add your city to the official tour contact:
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