Future Joy Continues Rolling Out Music: Check Out His New EP Feel The Brass, A Follow Up To His Latest Single
Future Joy is diving in to create a new chapter in his musical repertoire in the form of saxophone inspired house music
Future Joy's sound has been referred to as "seriously saxual" and "saxually active", exemplifying the fact that it is hard to ignore the instinctual responses brought about by the saxophones sweet serenades. The new EP evokes several different elements; including sensuality and an itch to dance. Feel The Brass is an exceptional divergence from past music that seeks to explore the endless genre-fusing potential available today. While Simms continues to distinguish himself as a solo artist he's been working hard to produce his music independently. Feel The Brass was written and recorded close to home, so close in fact that Simms was able to record all the saxophone parts from the comfort of his own living room. Although, Zach reiterated the timeless lyrics of The Beatles when he said, "I get by with a little help from my friends".
The new EP is out just in time for Future Joy's upcoming "Let There Be Lit Tour 2019". The tour takes off at Bierstadt Lagerhaus on September 7th, right here in the Mile High City, where Simms was born and raised. The much-awaited Compound Sound Music Festival Sept. 6-8, located at Hummingbird Ranch, is also the second leg of Future Joy's tour. Get tickets to the festival here(insert link) and if you're anywhere near, don't miss his set Saturday at Bierstadt or his Sunday set at Compound Sound! The rest of the tour covers cities across the midwest throughout September and into October, you can view the full schedule at Future Joy's official website.