Andy Pickett's music is easy to love, smooth like sunshine and wrapped in cozy layers. A self-taught piano player from Fort Worth, the artist released his second LP, Andy Pickett, with longtime friend and White Denim frontman James Petralli and bassist Steve Terebecky. The talented trio played on and produced Pickett's self-titled release in Austin, working with four different drummers including Fort Worth's own Grammy award winner Jordan Ricahrdson (Ben Harper & the Relentless 7, White Denim, Son of Stan). With lush design and voluptuous bass, Pickett's album belies the fact that he's only been writing music for half a decade, since he was 41. His sound is blanketed with a hazy throwback vibe, a warm nostalgia that massages the soul and makes you feel like everything will be alright.