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Well, here's an album that came out of nowhere. After a customer (who happens to play in a really great band) asked if we were carrying JEFF The Brotherhood's latest album Heavy Days, we said, "Yes, we are," although no one on staff had any clue who they were or what they sounded like. Luckily, we gave it a listen and were pleased with what we heard. Made up of Nashville natives Jake and Jamin Orrall on guitar and drums, Heavy Days possesses a certain playful charm that few hard-rocking duos have. They're a band that doesn't take themselves too seriously, but that doesn't mean they haven't got the chops. In many ways they recall another band very near and dear to our hearts, the recently reunited Thrush Hermit, with whom they share many '70s rock and punk influences. While we're just discovering them now, they've actually been around for for at least five years and have almost 20 releases to their name already, and after catching them live recently, we can attest that this band is the real deal. Dig it, bro.

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totally and perfectly awesome stuff!

April 6, 2010 | Unregistered Commentersara k

Thanks for turning me onto something great. Got the LP on vinyl and it's as good as you say!

April 7, 2010 | Unregistered Commenterbloomy

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