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- Song Name: Loving You Easy
- Artist Name / Band Name: Zac Brown Band
- Produced By: In the Arena Productions
- Album Name: JEKYLL + HYDE
- Release Date: May 4, 2015
- Genre: Country
- Record Label: Southern Ground, BMLG, Republic, John Varvatos Records
- Written By: Zac Brown, Niko Moon & Al Anderson
- Performance: Peaked at No.
- Sampled In: N/A
- Cover By: N/A
- Remixed By: N/A
Zac Brown Band – Loving You Easy Review
While the current mainstream country carries a pop and rock feel, Zac Brown Brand with his latest “Loving You Easy” delivers a song that pulled back 1970’s Motown style with an emotional R&B essence. It is unlike anything else on the country radio these days, and surely it transports you back in time as it draws you into the melody that is developed for a laid back sunny day.
The song showcases “frisky instrumentation… sprinkled with fiddle, funk and soul” and a “stuffing bass riff”. Rhythmically, it is “about be with a darling lady”. As with old material they had paid close attention to a pretty laid-back style, soulful, generating it at times hard to claim if they are actually sounding “country” or not. Zac Brown Band has certainly redefined the country sort, but it hasn’t come with no experimenting.
“Loving You Easy” is the third single form Brand’s “Jekyll + Hyde”. Danny Clinch has given its direction for the music video, which was premiered in May 2015. The song emerged at number 30 on “Country Airplay” on May 9, 2015, and No. 42 on “Country Digital Songs,” with its 8,000 copies sold. It has got sold its 134,000 copies by June 2015.