1. 1.
    A House You Can't Call Home
  2. 2.
    There By Now
  3. 3.
    Too Late
  4. 4.
    Don't Quit Your Day Job
  5. 5.
    Misguided Season
Everyday Is Easy, Soulscript’s fourth album of original tunes, is truly a heartfelt venture down the road of life through imagery and song.
Their unique perspective of life’s journey is sometimes heady and thought provoking, and at times, silly. From the duo’s more serious overtones of “Lie To Me", to the day-dreamy and nonsensical “Resting My Head On A Raindrop”, the songwriters’ endeavors know no boundaries. A.J. Gundell says “’Resting My Head On A raindrop’ has to be one of the most intriguing song titles ever. The song and hook became a classic ‘song worm’ for me… and I couldn’t stop singing the chorus”.
While honoring their Rock and Americana roots, the duo manage to brush the edge of punk with “Don’t Quit Your Day Job” and tip their hat towards Bluegrass with “Trying To Be Like Jesus”. Having both experienced the ravages of hurricane Katrina in 2005, the songwriters’ offer a cathartic New Orleans influenced number complete with a Dr. John flavored piano and French Quarter brass. Martin Blasick describes the song as a “poignant telling of hurricane Katrina’s impact on this talented artist with a New Orleans sound that pays homage to it home city.” Brutally honest, thought provoking lyrics coupled with Soulscript’s signature Retro Rock sound create the perfect soundtrack for that long ride home.


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