Sitting with a boozy glass of mulled wine in front of a bonfire at a fancy festival....
A tall, playful glass of tongue-in-cheek harmonies with a shot of country and a chaser of folk. Doo-Wop Days is a combustion of organic musical elements that maintain a consistently hopeful vibe. Musically, Joy Thompson sits directly in the middle of a high tea with Tracy Chapman and Ani DiFranco, covertly hiding a flask of bourbon under her skirt. Evoking the optimistic, all-encompassing feelings unfettered by neuroses and self-consciousness, the album depicts an opportunity to feel things exactly as they are, and be as you are irrespective of outside influence.