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O’BROTHER streaming new album!

When O’BROTHER emerged out of Atlanta in the mid-2000s, they were talented instrumentalists and precocious writers of lushly arranged rock songs that were imaginitive and dynamic, but also sometimes subdued. And while the group’s aspirations clearly aimed skyward, the songs from their early EPs were still tethered to this world. Something happened between then and now, starting with their ambitious debut album in 2011, “Garden Window.” O’BROTHER tightened their sound, added layers, and expanded their songwriting, making full use of Tanner Merritt’s vocal range to shape a landscape of narratives. The group really broke through in 2013 with their sweeping full-length album, “Disillusion.” Next week, O’BROTHER will release their follow-up, “Endless Light,” via Triple Crown Records/Favorite Gentlemen. It could be their most haunting yet, from the build up of opening track “Slow Sin” to the quiet interlude (relatively speaking) of “Burn,” through the choral pastures of the title track to the final fade of “Realm of the Physical.”

Atlanta’s O’Brother will be out on the road all Spring supporting their third full-length album  Endless Light, due out March 25th via Triple Crown Records/Favorite Gentlemen. Starting March 15th, they kicked off a stint as main support for Foxing through April 8th. The next day (4/9), O’Brother kicks off a headlining tour in Chicago before the band makes their way east for shows in Philadelphia, Brooklyn, and more before wrapping on April 17th in Boston. Tickets for all headline shows are on-sale now. Frameworks andBigJesus will support for all headlining dates.

Endless Light is O’Brother’s third full-length album and the follow up to the band’s critically acclaimed Disillusion, which was released in 2013. Endless Light was recorded close to home at studios in Atlanta and Alpharetta, GA and produced by fellow Georgians Andy Hull (Manchester Orchestra) and frequent Manchester Orchestra collaborator Brad Fisher (Grouplove, Frightened Rabbit).

O’BROTHER on tour:

March 21 @ The Social in Orlando, FL*
March 22 @ Crowbar in Tampa, FL*
March 24 @ Walter’s in Houston, TX*
March 25 @ Sidewinder in Austin, TX*
March 26 @ Gas Monkey in Dallas, TX*
March 28 @ Rebel Lounge in Phoenix, AZ*
March 29 @ The Irenic in San Diego, CA*
March 30 @ The Roxy in Los Angeles, CA*
March 31 @ Bottom of the Hill in San Francisco, CA*
April 2 @ The Hawthorne in Portland, OR*
April 3 @ Chop Suey in Seattle, WA*
April 6 @ Larimer Lounge in Denver, CO*
April 8 @ The Luminary in St. Louis, MO*
April 9 @ Beat Kitchen in Chicago, IL#
April 10 @ Mac’s Bar in Lansing, MI#
April 12 @ Mahall’s in Cleveland, OH#
April 13 @ Club Café in Pittsburgh, PA#
April 14 @ Milkboy in Philadelphia, PA#
April 15 @ Rough Trade in Brooklyn, NY#
April 16 @ Waiting Room in Buffalo, NY#
April 17 @ Great Scott in Boston, MA#

* – with Foxing
# – Headlining (w/ Frameworks, Big Jesus)

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