13 Songs, 53 Minutes


Ratings and Reviews

5.0 out of 5
22 Ratings
22 Ratings

Just my two cents

Scott Lyles

I was surprised nobody's written any reviews about this album, so I guess I'll just have to. You may be a fan of Deer Tick, or maybe you've heard "Someday" or "Me Me Me" on an alternative or college station, and wonder if the rest of the album is good. It is.

way up there


This album is great. It takes the best part of the three bands and combines it into one stellar album.

Non stop for a year


All three amazing musicians wrapped up in one super album I pray that another album is made soon. Great song writing so many layers of music not one song sounds alike but it's all the same.... If that makes any sense... It's an ambivalence album

About Middle Brother

After chance collaborations over the years, folk-rock supergroup Middle Brother, briefly known as MG&V, officially came together in 2009. A trio of frontmen consisting of Deer Tick’s John McCauley, Dawes’ Taylor Goldsmith, and Delta Spirit’s Matthew Vasquez, Middle Brother have a sound that's dreamy and plaintive, pulling together aspects of the bandmembers' other work to create a unified sonic vision. Once the three songwriters realized how much they enjoyed being pushed by each other, things came together quickly for Middle Brother. In early 2010, they went into the studio in Nashville to record their debut, and then made their first stage appearance at SXSW just a few months later. Middle Brother, their self-titled debut, was released in 2011 by Partisan Records. ~ Gregory Heaney



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