Brother duo Lemon Cash have released a vibey single called “It Ain’t Me It’s You”. It’s the perfect song to put on your playlists and sing along at the top of your lungs.
Ottawa-born Brothers Cory and Jeff have found a sweet-spot with their sound, and it’s on full display with this single. The song starts with a beach-y vibe and by the time the guitar-heavy chorus comes in, you’re hooked.
There’s nothing quite like joining in on the chorus screaming out “It Ain’t Me It’s You”!
The Lemon Cash crew have been on our radars for a while now, and we just love them. The two of them have voices that blend so well, and their on-stage chemistry is undeniable.
Their off-stage chemistry is also pretty great. Every time we see these guys, it’s big hugs and lots of laughs. This is on full display in our episode of On The Porch with Front Porch Music. Give it a listen here … and join us in our drinking game.
The guys have also released a stripped down version of the song. This acoustic version lets their voices really shine through.
Watch The Music Video For “It Ain’t Me It’s You”
They have also released a music video to help support this release. It’s a fun video that showcases their personalities.
Give the music video a watch here >>>
About Lemon Cash
The brothers live their lives by the phrase “when life hands you lemons, make lemonade,” which is exactly what they did with their music. Their music gave them the strength to move forwards and deal with life. When times were rough for them growing up, music was their form of therapy.
Fun fact: The two brothers also had their own lemonade stand and would celebrate their “lemon cash” at the end of the day!
Originally being a cover band that turned to an alternative rock band, they realized country music is where their personalities and taste was.
What makes their music so astoundingly beautiful is how their lyrics can be perfectly painted as an image in your mind, as that is Cory’s goal with his song writing.
As a band, their goal is to create music that listeners can connect and turn to.
Stream The Latest Song From Lemon Cash
There’s also a stripped down version
In country music, the Front Porch has long been a place of reflection. A place where you can look at the life you have inside that front door. A place where time almost seems to stand still, where you can get away. It’s also a place where you can go to observe the world as it passes by you. To think about your place out there beyond the driveway.