Following their country hit Brothers Never Part, Brothers3 continue their trail blazing work reshaping Australian modern country music. On the release of their new studio album Brothers Never Part today, Brothers3 has announced the ‘Brothers Never Part’ East Coast 32 date tour.
Commencing in April, the tour will travel through the wilds of their home state of NSW with a visit to our nation’s capital, along the long and winding roads of Victoria, finishing in the Sunshine State in July.
Despite their country-folk roots, Brothers 3 isn’t afraid of the pop end of the spectrum that’s seen Taylor Swift inspire new audiences. Set to be a live stormer, new single C’mon is a sing-along anthem that starts as a pretty piano ballad before bursting into an epic chorus. It’s co-written with pop writer Michael Fatkin and showcases the full force of Mak’s vocal range.
Despite their youth, Brothers3 is set to tackle the Tamworth Country Music Festival for their seventh year, with eight performances including three headline shows. The band will also be attending the Golden Guitars where they are nominated for Best New Talent.
New album, Brothers Never Part features four original tracks and a selection of covers. Fan favourites from their performance on The X Factor, Covers of Elvis’s Always on My Mind and Simon and Garfunkel’s The Sound of Silence, among others, demonstrate the depth with which these young performers can take on even the most unlikely of genres and make them their own.