Florida's the Currys prove that the most powerful musical harmonies often come from groups of family members.
Florida's the Currys prove that the most powerful musical harmonies often come from groups of family members, rather like the Avett Brothers and Jamestown Revival. Jimmy and Tommy Curry and cousin Galen Curry are the heart of the indie folk group with their tight as a rubber band, three-part harmonies. Emerging from the oyster bars and restaurants of the Florida Gulf Coast, the band recently headlined the Florida Folk Fest and have developed enough of a strong following that they were able to crowdfund their sophomore album West of Here, releasing in March. "If I Find It" is the first single from that upcoming release and it's an infectious tune to say the least. We hope to see them at the Americana Festival in Nashville this fall.
Galen Curry says, "If I Find It" is the first single from West of Here, but it was one of the last songs written for the album. We went into the studio with just a few pieces for the tune, but the arrangement evolved during the sessions and turned into one of the strongest songs from the new album. Hope you like it!"