Billy Raffoul's anthemic debut single "Driver" serves as a potent calling card for the 22-year-old singer-songwriter. His signature gravelly, soulful voice and deeply felt lyrics compliment a rough-hewn, low-timbered rock 'n' roll that nods to the likes of Jeff Buckley, Neil Young, and Joe Cocker. "That's one thing for me, a song needs to be about something I've experienced or something someone close to me is going through," Raffoul says of his sources of inspiration. "I find myself going back to moments from the past, picking apart these little experiences and building them into bigger things. I want people to know that the songs are genuine, they've been lived in."