McCauliffe Brothers Band: Simpler Days

There are a number of themes that are promoted prominently through Simpler Days, the new album from Chapel Hill (North Carolina)’s McCauliffe Brothers Band. Nosedive, the album’s first track, is a perfectly-polished piece of alternative rock. There is a good amount of mid-to-late nineties rock threaded through, with a set of vocals put at a focal point as introspective guitars, bass, and drums create a supportive backdrop. Light of Day comes forth with a hint of reggae and ropy bass, showcasing a raw passion that will resound with a large swath of listeners. With hints of 311 and Sublime, this second single from Simple Days is a cut that one could easily imagine on rock radio and Spotify playlists. Continue reading “McCauliffe Brothers Band: Simpler Days”