Nashville power rock sibling duo Jeff The Brotherhood will appear on the Conan O’Brian show November 15th which is also the same day they go on tour with the Delta Spirit. Above is a video for “Leave Me Out” off their album they co-produced with Dan Auerbach “Hypnotic Nights”. The performance-based clip was shot in Nashville and co-directed by Jen Uman (artist & illustrator) and Bucky Fukumoto (Morrissey, Kasabian, Peaches, etc)
This is not the same song the will perform on Conan. They will perform Staring at the Wall on Conan. Delta Spirit Tour-dates after the jump.
The Black Keys’ Dan Auerbach co-produced the new Jeff the Brotherhood album Hypnotic Nights which is currently in stores now. Above is a video where Auerbach & Jeff the Brotherhood discuss the spiritual process and hypnotic essence of the album whose hit song “Six Pack” is currently getting burn on CD102.5 here in Columbubs.
Jeff the Brotherhood tour-dates are after the jump. The tour started off with Jeff the Brotherhood playing the Mumford & Sons curated Gentlemen of the Road Festival Saturday. So……
The above Jeff the Brotherhood video for Six Pack has the Nashville sibling duo canoeing with their friends and enjoying some booze. The song itself, “Six Pack”, is produced by Dan Auerbach of the Black Keys. The video is NSFW because there are slight shots of wangs but it’s not gross and you kinda respect a band that has a party video that has women in bathing suits present in it but do not have to use boobs to keep your attention. Dudes doing cannonballs with babes in a river. Do you actually own swimming trunks? If so; did you buy them at Target? Or did you go bathing suit shopping with one of your friends. I have never gone bathing suit shopping with any of my dudes. I’d rather let my nuts hang.
Jeff the Brotherhood will be playing the Basement in Columbus, Ohio, 08/01/2012 in support of their upcoming album Hypnotic Nights which drops 7/17/12. This album was c0- produced by Jeff the Brotherhood and Dan Auerbach.
This should cause some excitement, The Wallflowers are finishing their new record at Dan Auerbach’s Nashville Easy Eye Sound Studio. The new album finds frontman Jakob Dylan joining original band members Greg Richling (bass) and Rami Jaffee (keyboards), with Wallflowers’ longtime guitarist Stuart Mathis and drummer Jack Irons (Red Hot Chili Peppers, Pearl Jam) rounding out the lineup. The album is being produced by Jay Joyce (Emmylou Harris, Cage the Elephant) and mixed by Rich Costey (Bruce Springsteen, The Shins).
Hanni El Khatib is about to hit the studio with Dan Auerbach in the Black Keys’ Nashville Studio. But first the garage-y Rock N Roll dude will hit the road. Dates above.
Funny tidbit, Hanni El Khatib was at the infamous Vice A$ap Rocky/Trash Talk SXSW Show I was at. LA Weekly has a good story on Hanni with that riot/show as the setting,