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Innocent Harmony (Take Me Away) is Jay Sprouse’s Single Out Now

Good Day Noir Family,
From the intro, Jay Sprouse’s “Innocent Harmony (Take Me Away)” draws you in with its captivating charm.

Innocent Harmony (Take Me Away) is Jay Sprouse’s Single Out Now

A gentle guitar arpeggio sets the stage, its delicate melody hinting at the beauty that lies ahead.

And then, the rhythm kicks in, a steady pulse that gives the song an infectious cadence.

Sprouse’s songwriting style bears the clear influence of legendary bands like The Beatles and Oasis. There’s a timeless quality to his music, a blend of catchy melodies and heartfelt emotion.

The song’s chorus is a soaring anthem, with Sprouse’s vocals soaring over a bed of lush guitars and driving drums. It’s a moment of pure musical bliss and shows Sprouse’s ability to craft melodies that linger long after the last note has faded.

And then there’s the guitar solo. It’s a thing of beauty, a fiery display of technical prowess and heartfelt emotion. Sprouse’s fingers dance across the fretboard, weaving a melody that speaks to the soul.

It’s a moment that elevates the song from great to unforgettable.

The production on “Innocent Harmony (Take Me Away)” is top-notch, everything polished and gleaming without sacrificing the song’s raw energy and emotional depth.

Overall, “Innocent Harmony (Take Me Away)” is a song that will stay with you long after the last note has faded.

Innocent Harmony (Take Me Away) is Jay Sprouse’s Single Out Now!


In May 2008, amid joblessness and the housing crash, Jay found inspiration in a Tom Petty film, “Running Down a Dream.” With no prior musical training, this spark led to the purchase of a guitar and harmonica. Relocating to a tiny apartment in Farmville, VA, Jay dedicated 14-16 hours daily to mastering these instruments, focusing on creating original melodies.

Despite limited recording resources, Jay always imagined a full band sound. This vision came to life in the fall of 2009 when two talented musicians joined in Austin, TX. Over three days at The Bubble Recording Studio, they captured the essence of Jay’s music, creating a truly magical experience. The silent hero of the entire EP was Jay’s longtime good friend, Whitaker Elledge,
who did everything from producing to singing backup and assisting with song arrangement.

Now, 15 years later, Jay believes these songs are too good to remain unheard.

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