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Welcome to the Brother-hood

Guitars, bass, drums, killer vocal harmonies, intellegent lyrics, great hooks, bagpipes and a digeredoo...if this sounds like an interesting combination to you, you've come to the right place. Brother has been on the scene for well over a decade now, earning their fans one show, one song at a time. Their live show is amazing...don't miss it. "Pax Romana XXV" is Brother's strongest, most coherent album to date. "Photograph" and "Take Me Down" have already become Brother classics. "Oh What a Lovely War" and "So Not Real" are also recommended. Dive in...mind your head...and welcome to the Brother-hood. You will not regret it.

Pax Romana

As it shall be... I have become, one of the BROTHERhood. Saw these guys in person and got Tribal. An awsome experience . Can not wait for the newest " Lichen's song " to be recorded. It sounded like it was inspired. A sure hit.

If you want a unique band, you've found it!

These guys are the real deal. I saw them in person at a Scottish-Irish Highlands Festival. Give "Still Wind" a try and really listen to their sounds. Love 'em!

Biography

Genre: Electronic

Years Active: '90s, '00s

Brothers Angus, Fergus and Hamish Richardson grew up in the Australian town of Bathurst. Their home was always filled with music, whether someone was practicing an instrument or playing a record on the stereo. The Richardsons took up instruments associated with rock & roll, as well as those related to traditional music. Hamish began playing the didgeridoo and guitar, Fergus played guitar, and Angus picked up the bass, while all three knew their way around the bagpipes. Since forming their band Brother...
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