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Jesse and Noah, hailing from Florida, fuse diverse influences and musical heritage with a deep-rooted family tradition of country music, thanks to their father and uncle, The Bellamy Brothers.

Now based in Nashville, the duo’s upcoming single, “Leave Love Alone,” set for release on June 28th, is an anthemic, bluesy, alt-country track that delves into the struggle of resisting love’s grip while being irresistibly drawn to its charm.

“It’s like a conversation with yourself,” Jesse explains, “telling yourself not to go there again, but of course you do. It’s about the sting of love, but its undeniable pull.”

This collaborative effort, produced by Pino Squillace, pairs Jesse and Noah’s live band with Nashville luminaries like Michael Klooster from Smash Mouth.

The creation of “Leave Love Alone” began with a songwriting session between Jesse and Australian rocker Simon Bruce, who later finished the song with Daniel Tashian, known for his work with Kacey Musgraves.

In addition to the single “Leave Love Alone,” the upcoming EP, also titled “Leave Love Alone,” features two other tracks recorded at House of David with Squillace: “Too Much” and “Let Me Roll Away.” Additionally, they self-produced three tracks, including “Crown Victoria,” “Return to Williamsburg,” and “Imagine the Stars,” recorded at Cash Cabin Studios in Hendersonville, TN, Bellamy Brothers Studios in Darby, Florida, and their home studio in Nashville’s historic Music Row area.

Garnering global fans through online platforms, acclaimed releases, and international tours, Jesse and Noah have solidified their presence in the music community. Their ode to Nashville, “This Town Was Built on Heartbreak Songs,” was featured in Rolling Stone Magazine, while their track “Driven Back” found a place in the CW network’s 90210 reboot.

Their sound, often blending elements of Country Music, Rock, and Americana, resonates with a diverse audience drawn to the timeless elements of roots music. Seamlessly merging traditional country influences with modern sounds, their songs offer unique and compelling storytelling.

As they gear up to release their new EP, “Leave Love Alone,” Jesse and Noah continue to establish themselves as innovative artists unafraid to push the boundaries of their genre while staying true to their roots.

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