Single I Robert Jon & The Wreck – Help Yourself
Robert Jon & The Wreck Debut New Soulful Single “Help Yourself,” A Nostalgic Nod to Classic Southern Rock, Wrap Up Their Whirlwind 2023 Tour
Southern rock titans Robert Jon & The Wreck have released their latest single “Help Yourself,” adding a new chapter to their expanding legacy in the music world. Available now on all digital platforms, “Help Yourself” is a mellow, rollicking country/rock-leaning track that harks back to the classic tropes of love as a healing force. With its classic sound, the song evokes the spirit of a range of both classic and modern artists like Lynyrd Skynyrd, Allman Brothers Band, and Zac Brown Band, blending the nostalgic essence of Southern rock with a contemporary touch.
“Help Yourself’ is a song about the importance of self-help and taking care of yourself,” comments frontman Robert Jon. “It’s hard to help others unless you help yourself and take care of yourself first.”
The release of “Help Yourself” follows the success of their earlier singles, including “Hold On,” a heartfelt portrayal of the touring life’s challenges and high energy rock and roll anthem “Stone Cold Killer”. This single, like their previous work, has been praised for its emotional depth and compelling musicality. In addition to the release of their new studio album ‘Ride Into The Light,’ this year also saw RJTW release their first-ever concert film, ‘Live At The Ancienne Belgique,’ which dropped in April. Recorded during their sold-out show at the Ancienne Belgique in Brussels, Belgium on June 29th, 2022, the live CD/DVD set captures the Wreck amid their longest-ever tour – 67 performances in 75 days across 9 countries.
Prolific songwriters with a wealth of new material who refuse to be constrained by traditional release strategies, the band’s new partnership with Joe Bonamassa’s Journeyman Records affords them the opportunity to work with the world’s top producers and release a steady stream of high-quality singles on an ongoing basis, cutting through the industry chaos and ensuring new music is accessible to fans as intended.