Scene News: JEFF The Brotherhood Return to Australian Shores in July! Tickets on sale this Thursday 8am

Love Police Touring Presents
JEFF The Brotherhood
AUSTRALIAN TOUR 2022
Brotherly love abounds as Love Police Touring announces the long awaited return to Australia of Nashville’s JEFF The Brotherhood for appearances on the Love Police Stage at Splendour in the Grass and headline shows in Melbourne, Torquay, Sydney and Wollongong.

Having blown away crowds at other Australia festivals including Meredith and the last ever Big Day Out, brothers-in-rock Jake and Jamin Orrall – aka JEFF The Brotherhood – are firm favourites of Australian gig goers and will make something of a surprise return this year. With no new album in sight – last year’s great single ‘Garbage Man’ has been their only release since 2018’s Magick Songs – the brothers are coming back just because they love it here.

JEFF The Brotherhood is the project of brothers Jake and Jamin Orrall, and started in a basement in Nashville, TN in 2002. From their basement beginnings they have traced a journey that has taken them around the world several times over, from DIY shows and self-released albums to major label contracts, network television appearances and the international festival circuit.

“Come for the riffs, stay for the riffs.” – NPR

With an ever-morphing sound that combines souped-up but deconstructed garage and psych-rock with motorik rhythms and the avant-garde – as Pitchfork once said, the group has “retooled krautrock for Cameros, rendering classic-rock chug with Autobahn precision” – JEFF The Brotherhood remain kings of the riff while throwing out everything traditional and conservative about rock and coming up with something fresh and alive every time they create.

“While JEFF the Brotherhood hasn’t been releasing new music at the rate fans grew accustomed to in the 2000s and 2010s, it’s remained excellent. For instance, 2018’s Magick Songs is some of the Bogus Bros’ most inventive and exploratory work yet, with the lineup officially augmented by The Raconteurs’ “Little Jack” Lawrence and Silver Synthetic’s Kunal Prakash. “Garbage Man” and “Mountains” are a little closer to old-school JtB, but decidedly on the noisier end of the spectrum. The introductory text on Bandcamp describes the tracks as “two new destroyed rippers,” and that’s pretty spot-on.” – Nashville Scene.

JEFF THE BROTHERHOOD AUSTRALIAN TOUR JULY 2022

Thu 21 – NORTHCOTE SOCIAL CLUB, MELBOURNE –TIX
Fri 22 – TORQUAY HOTEL, VIC SURF COAST –TIX
Sat 23 –HOTEL WESTWOOD, MELBOURNE –TIX

Sun 24 – SPLENDOUR IN THE GRASS, BYRON BAY

Tue 26 – LA LA LA’S, WOLLONGONG – TIX
Thu 28 – MARY’S UNDERGROUND, SYDNEY (w/ Shannon & The Clams) – TIX

TICKETS ON SALE AT 8AM THURSDAY FEBRUARY 10


For further information – https://www.lovepolice.com.au/tours2022/jeffthebrotherhood

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