With the release of their latest track, "Deja Vu," Two Way Crossing further prove that they're poised to have a big 2017. With a sound that's equal parts pop-soul and classic country, the up-and-coming six-member pop-country outfit combines killer harmonies, upbeat lyrics and slick instrumentation, establishing themselves as a band worth getting to know.

Two Way Crossing began as the husband-and-wife duo of Blake and Jenny Marvin but quickly morphed into a full band when the couple relocated from Denver to Nashville and found kindred musical spirits in guitarists Kevin Smith and Tony Aichele, drummer Jaron Mossman and bass player Clint Reynolds. Since that move in 2014, Two Way Crossing have built a devoted fanbase thanks in part to their relentless U.S. touring and mid-tempo tunes that showcase melodic depth while being immensely fun.

Focused on pushing boundaries while staying true to their chosen genre, Two Way Crossing find their strength in polished instrumentation and tight harmonies, achieved through the band's devotion to on- and offstage rehearsals. As the group's main songwriter, Jenny Marvin brings lyrical complexity to every track, building layers of depth into even the most lighthearted songs.

But beyond their country-pop hits, who are Two Way Crossing? Click through the photo gallery above and learn five fun facts about your new favorite country band.