Jeff The Brotherhood
black keys man dan auerbach's production helps the nashville duo find that magical middle ground between sugary pop & heavy, blues-drenched rock.
the brothers orrall have tightened up their sound into something thicker & more cohesive while stepping further away from the looser, more psychedelic sound of 'heavy days' & in the process have stumbled into a sound that beautifully captures the aimless days of summertime. the midas-like auerbach's guidance lets the brothers find their own sound as he smoothens out the rough edges, but 'hypnotic nights' still delivers all of the brilliant power pop worship that we've come to love from them. "even though the duo ventures into new sonic territory, the knack for catchy melodies & heavy riffs remains" - consequence of sound.
matt says: “this is jeff the brotherhood's time! producer ‘black keys’ dan auerbach has polished up their lo-fi garage blues sound so that the pop elements really shine through, whilst completely retaining the bands gritty, scrappy charm. a welcome shift from scuzzed out 60’s garage to hedonistic 70’s power pop”