O’Brother Debut CD Garden Window Out January 10th!

The Press Loves The Album:

“If Radiohead’s Thom Yorke cut a record with the Melvins (never say never…), it’d probably sound a lot like this…hypnotic, weird and heavy as (bleep).” – Decibel

“…the aggression of Deftones and Torche, soaring guitars of Britain’s Oceansize, a hopefulness in line with Sigur Rós, and an attempt at the emotional depth possessed by Radiohead and Thom Yorke.” – Consequence of Sound

Garden Window is the perfect late-autumn soundtrack.” – DRUM

“A gem.” – AOL Noisecreep

“Whether O’Brother’s thoughtful yet urgent search is delivered through the best song Queens Of The Stone Age never wrote (“Lo”), tortured, howling choruses only Tool or Isis could exact (“Sputnik,” “Machines Part I”)…” – Alternative Press

“Immediately blown away.” – LA Music Blog

“Fantastically brooding and mysterious.” – Alter the Press

“They’ve taken all of their many different influences and mixed them together to do what has become ever-increasingly difficult, break down the walls of genre’s and craft something original”  – Sputnik Music

and more…

O’Brother will be embarking on a co-headlining tour with Junius, in support of Garden Window. The tour kicks off at DC9 in Washington, DC on February 16th and wraps up at Warehouse Live Studio in Houston, TX on March 11th. For a full list of dates please visit the band at http://www.beneathyourgardenwindow.com/ and on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/OBrotherMusic .

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