Nashville guitarist JD Simo has been making waves with his group SIMO, bringing a powerful edge to the blues-rock genre. The group’s recent release Let Love Show The Way found them recording at the Big House in Macon, GA, home of the Allman Brothers Band during the 60s and 70s. With Simo even playing Duane Allman’s gold-top Les Paul on the album, there’s an undeniable magic that stems from SIMO’s new release.Simo has been playing guitar for his whole life, learning at the ripe young age of 5 and never looking back. Backed by his longtime drummer Adam Abrashoff and bassist Elad Shapiro, SIMO is a cohesive unit, bringing out tight-knit music that is guaranteed to stir your soul. Their organic vibe on Let Love Show The Way pours through on every track, and we’re proud to premiere some content from the newest release.Thanks to the band, you can watch the new video for “Two Timing Woman” from the Let Love Show The Way album, exclusively on L4LM:When asked about the song, Simo said, “‘Two Timing Woman’ was the last song we wrote before we left to record in Macon at The Big House. Elad [Shapiro, bassist] had most of it together the day before we left and we quickly finished it in a matter of 15 minutes or so. It has quickly become a staple of the live shows and a fan favorite from the new record. It was obvious early on that it’d be well suited to have fun with it and shoot a video that shares the sentiment of the song in a playful way but still captures the lyrical content. Thanks to everyone for requesting it at shows! Hope you enjoy the video!”We certainly enjoy the video, that’s for sure. If you want more information about the band, including tour dates and more, head here. You can also head here to purchase your copy of Let Love Show The Way.