credit: Magdalena Mitter
The Brother Brothers are identical twins Adam and David Moss, an indie folk duo from Brooklyn whose stunningly simplistic songwriting and evocative blood harmonies draw frequent comparisons to Simon & Garfunkel. The band debuted their first LP in 2018 on Compass Records, garnering critical praise from NPR, Rolling Stone Country, Billboard, Relix and more. The brothers toured that beloved debut extensively, including support runs with folk superstars I'm With Her, co-bills with folk darlings like Dead Horses and Mipso, and pivotal appearances at NPR's Mountain Stage, SXSW, Folk Alliance International, Nelsonville Music Festival, and Edmonton Folk among others. From the road, The Brother Brothers released "Siren Song," an infectious single that topped Spotify's Fresh Folk playlist and amassed more than seven million streams, as well as a charming performance video of album favorite "Colorado," featuring Sarah Jarosz and hailing acclaim by Billboard.
Due for follow-up, The Brother Brothers recorded their sophomore album with producer Ryan Hadlock (The Lumineers, Brandi Carlile, Vance Joy) at Bear Creek Studios outside of Seattle last fall — coming in 2020 on Compass Records.
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