The New Mastersounds & Lamar Williams Jr. Release ‘Less Is More’ Single

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The New Mastersounds and Lamar Williams Jr. released a new single, “Less Is More,” via Color Red. The song also arrived with a quarantine video.

“Less Is More” features Williams Jr. — the son of late Allman Brothers Band bassist Lamar Williams — on vocals backed up by The New Mastersounds: guitarist Eddie Roberts (who produced the track), keyboardist Joe Tatton, bassist Pete Shand and drummer Simon Allen along with a horn section. The song bubbled up from a conversation Williams Jr. had with Tatton ahead of The New Mastersounds’ performance at the 2019 New Orleans Jazz Fest.

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“Tune into your reality and realize less is more,” Lamar said in a statement. “Tune into your family and what’s around you and be grateful for simplicity. These aren’t deep lyrics—they’re not drawn out. While writing this song, I realized that I don’t need everything and my brother’s right here with me. We’re just knocking this out.”

Stream “Less Is More” and watch the quarantine video below:

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