Clay Joule can transport you to a stage for a live show any time. With his use of instruments and catchy rock elements in his music, it is surprising people don’t label him as the blues defibrillator. In his own way, he keeps that art alive with his music, which touches all genres based on the theme. This is his latest single, Drifters.
This song gives ethereal Clapton Crossroad energy. From the guitar tone to how Clay Joule sounds, this is blues deluxe for sure. Elisa Mammoliti brings the edge for this blues track, echoing the seconds with precision. The lyrics draw you to a whole new story, creating a fabric of blues concerts which music fans adore. Together, Elisa and Clay Joule create an ingredient of rock and blues that has become unanimous with a world that constantly pretends like they’re innovating. The theme of the drifter fits perfectly as well, attempting to move along just like the blues do. Entertaining and engaging, this is the kind of song that entire movie soundtracks can be built on. The solo sections and creative shuffles make it as unique as ink on a book.
His most popular track remains O’dream, a crafted number that sounds like a surreal collection of symphonies. The movie Crossroads (1986) would host this song perfectly. This is 3 decades and more ago, that is the kind of tone and structure Clay embodies. Listen to his single with us, remember to follow him for more music like this!