Not even a year old, Jude Moses is already making a name for themselves all over the south. Each song is great in it's own way. "Mistaken Hands," the first track, consists of a very simple guitar and banjo combination. The simplicity really spotlights the vocals of Andrew and Stephen, which almost take on a chanting sound of sorts. Towards the end, the harmonies really shine. On the next track, the brothers are able to give a completely different sound from "Mistaken Hands." "Oak Tree" really reminded me of Gregory Alan Isakov, another great folk-musician hailing from South Africa. The deep and soft electric guitar sounds so great with Stephen's voice. If I'm being completely honest, the song makes me want to kick back with a cup of coffee and enjoy the beautiful south. The final song on the album is titled "Hold Me Now," which holds similar qualities to The Avett Brothers, in my opinion. Jude Moses is really able to portray what Andrew says most important to them,
"The blood, sweat, and tears of a family bond. A bond that can never be broken. Harmonies that support each other for days and days. The sound that stretches from the Appalachian mountains to the vast cotton fields and horse pastures in South Georgia. Our roots and hearts run deep."