Pared down psych pop from Nashville...
Okey Dokey

Okey Dokey started as a way to inject something new into Nashville's music scene.

Hinging on the friendship between visual artist Aaron Martin and The Weeks' guitarist Johny Fisher, the project took shape in a cabin 20 miles outside the city limits.

Debut album 'Love You, Mean It' emerges on March 3rd, and it recalls everything from early Motown to supreme psych-pop.

New cut 'All Of My Love' is an apt introduction, a taut, highly defined piece of pop songwriting with some wonderfully odd moments.

The pair explain: "'All Of My Love' was the last song we recorded for the record. I wrote all of the lyrics while I was down in Texas when I kind of had this self-deprecating realization that I had very little to offer the people in my life that I cared for. I tried to focus on the few things that I did have to offer up, and realized the most valuable being love itself. If I couldn't take someone to dinner, or buy them a coffee, or maybe a ticket to a show, the least I could do is go out of my way to make sure they knew I cared for them. It's funny that even when you think you have nothing, something or someone comes along and shows you that you may already have everything. Our buddy Cody Duncum shot everything all downtown Nashville."

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