The Brother Brothers

Known for their stellar musicianship and effortless close harmonies, identical twins The Brother Brothers, Adam and David Moss, have announced winter tour dates (scroll down for a complete list). Along with select East Coast dates in December, including an NPR Mountain Stage show on December 18, the duo will hit the Midwest in January.

The Brother Brothers are sharing the last single before the release of their sophomore album now with “Circles”. As David Moss sings the refrain, “walking in circles, we go through the turnstiles, over and over again”, you hear the weariness of working class life, the repetitive nature of subsistence, in his warm-yet-worn vocal delivery. Front-and-center here is The Brothers Brothers uncanny ability to craft immensely evocative choruses.

Brooklyn’s The Brother Brothers recently announced their sophomore album Calla Lily with lead single, "On the Road Again", which garnered praise from Rolling Stone, FLOOD Magazine, Brooklyn Vegan, No Depression and more.

Brooklyn’s The Brother Brothers, whose debut album gained enthused nods from tastemakers including NPR, Billboard and Rolling Stone Country among others, are announcing their sophomore album Calla Lily today, coming on Compass Records April 16th. Lead single, "On the Road Again", sets the stage for the whole record and shows that the many comparisons to Simon and Garfunkel are apt with the immediate warmth of their immaculate harmonies.

The Brother Brothers have released a new song — "Summer Rain" — ahead of their highly anticipated co-bill with Buck Meek in Brooklyn at The Sultan Room on Saturday, November 16 and an upcoming run across Canada including the legendary Calgary Folk Club. The band have also announced their debut Australian tour to take place in December and January, including a coveted slot at Woodford Folk Festival.

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