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Nashville’s Jeff The Brotherhood formed fifteen years ago whilst in high school in Nashville, Tennessee. Brothers Jake and Jamin Orrall have been redefining the US underground, consistently dishing out gem after gem of psychedelic rock and fuzzed-up, power-pop.
Zone is their new album and features more fuzz-based garage indie rock than you could possibly ever wish for. It's an interesting grunge-fest that will find a welcome home in their loyal fan's music collections. In addition, it's fresh enough to drawn in legions of new, younger fans.
The album contains 12 songs (41 min, 33 sec) and there really is something here for everyone. For lovers of old school rock, there's the meaty 'You', with its solid electric guitar core. Then we have the chilled out, laid back vibe of 'Ox'; the garage grunge fuzz of 'Punishment'; the catchy, boppy 'Juice'; and the wacky, trippy 'Roachin'.