Known for her intriguing blend of modern and traditional country music, Tammy Moxon has returned with her carefree new bop, 'Comfy'.
The track feels like its name suggests; the bouncy mid-tempo groove is positively infectious and Tammy's silky vocal seems to glide over the top with ease. The singer's words hit with sincerity as she praises someone she couldn't live without – "You're home to me every day, every hour, every minute, Life is comfy when you're in it."
The song's joy surprisingly came from a place of gloom. "It was the first song I wrote in that 3 month of the initial pandemic shutdown," reveals the singer-songwriter. "I was determined to write a happy love song."
"The definition of 'Comfy' according to me – the state of contentment in a relationship. Knowing, without a doubt, that your partner is right for you. Feeling like you can be yourself in his presence and still get butterflies."
Due to that very same pandemic, recording was delayed by years. Eventually taking place at multi-award winning Shane Nicholson's studio, the Sound Hole – with the man himself in the producer's chair – the instrumentation mimics the lyrical theme. "This song made me happy when I heard the first mix," reminisces Tammy.
The music video for 'Comfy' was filmed by Justin Reid, in a blitz over 3 days at a holiday park in Rollingstone. "The park let us use different locations on their land to film 4 music videos over 3 days. The extras partying in the video were friends and family who just wanted to support my venture."
'Comfy' follows on from Tammy's previous single 'Fighting Chance', which rose to the top of the Australian Country Radio chart and still remains in its Top 10. The singer-songwriter has supported some of country music's greats, including Felicity Urquhart, Drew McAlister, The Bushwackers and Lee Kernaghan and is slated to appear at a number of festivals this year - Birdsville Races Weekend, William Creek Outback Fly, Rollingstone Festival of Cool and Airlie Beach Festival.
With a sound uniquely her own and a songwriting prowess to rival the great, Tammy Moxon is certainly one to watch in Australian country music. Her new single, 'Comfy', exhibits that this singer-songwriter is more than comfortable innovating within the genre to come up with a catchy and intriguing tune.