Lately when a big fat bass riff drives a song, you can expect some sort of rap lyric and drumbeats to follow. There's nothing unnatural about "Loving You Easy," the Zac Brown Band's new single.

Brown's voice is pure and unimpeded. The rich harmonies of his assembled group wrap him during each warm-hearted chorus.

“You make loving you easy / You make loving you all I want to do / Every little smile / Every single touch reminds me just how much it all makes loving you easy,” he sings.

The second single from Jekyll + Hyde falls in line with the traditional "Homegrown." There's nothing flashy about either. Lyrically, "Loving You Easy" is written from the perspective of a man taking in his love each morning, and then again at night.

“You make loving you easy / You make loving you all I want to do / Every little smile / Every single touch reminds me just how much it all makes loving you easy,” Brown sings at the second verse.

Both singles from the new album are of the feel-good variety. Sonically Brown's team employs some old-school funk, but it's not too edgy to be labeled as funky. There's just a little guitar riff and one big, fat, bass riff.

Why Fans Will Love It: "Loving You Easy" is a throwback to a more vintage country sound.

Key Lyrics: "You make loving you easy / You make loving you all I want to do."

Did You Know?: Niko Moon helped Brown and Al Anderson write this song. He's an alt-rocker on Brown's Southern Ground Record Label. He also cowrote "Homegrown."

Listen to Zac Brown Band, “Loving You Easy”