The annals of popular music are strewn with numerous family bands, from The Bee Gees and Van Halen to Kings of Leon and Cherryholmes. But two-family bands? Not so much. Yet Lulu Mae are exactly that: Joel Finley and his wife Sarah write and sing, while brothers Ben and Adam Smith and Adam's wife Jen provide support. Listening to their new album The Mockingbird and the Dogwood Tree, Iron and Wine immediately came to mind — a comparison we assume won’t bother Lulu Mae, since they cite Samuel Beam's musical alter ego as an inspiration. Most of the material fits under the folk/Americana umbrella, including the title track, a sunny ditty that floats over a buoyant train shuffle beat and might just renew your faith in the possibilities of love. But on “Clean Up My Heart,” they get in touch with their inner rockers, and sound a bit like The Features, albeit rootsier.