Sir Rosevelt sees Zac Brown, Niko Moon and Ben Simonetti uniting to create a thoroughly original new sound marrying pop, dance, acoustic instrumentation, and a distinctive Southern sensibility. The trio first came together as the Zac Brown Band began experimenting with new sounds and recording techniques on 2015's chart-topping fourth album, Jekyll + Hyde. Inspired by the full-throttle dynamics of electronic/dance music and the elasticity of contemporary pop, Brown teamed with his longtime collaborators Moon (co-writer of the genre-busting, multi-format #1 hits "Heavy Is The Head (feat. Chris Cornell)" and "Beautiful Drug") and Nashville recording engineer Simonetti (Foo Fighters, Blake Shelton) with a goal of creating something altogether original and idiosyncratic. The result is an eponymous debut which melds disparate influences into an innovative, up-to-the-minute brand of Southern pop. Lead single "Sunday Finest," co-written with 10x Grammy-winner Pharrell Williams, has been praised by Rolling Stone as "an ode to the relentless pursuit of hedonism" that "recalls the glorious opulence of The Great Gatsby's Roaring Twenties."