Brothers Jake and Jamin Orrall are the eccentric brothers to the two-piece Nashville-based band, JEFF The Brotherhood. They’ve got all the makings of an intriguing duo, dappling some psychedelic, garage, punk and pop rock into their technicolour stew. And that’s just to name a few of their prime influences.
They’ve got the national playtime, they’ve got the media exposure, they’ve been well on their way for the better part of this decade. And now, as part of their newest release (Global Chakra Rhythms (2015)) with Infinity Cat Recordings, they released “Radiating Fiber Plane” to decent critical reception.
Like the name suggests, there’s a psychedelic element to “Radiating Fiber Plane” with traits of modern indie bands. A Broken Social Scene style inevitably rears its head, but JEFF The Brotherhood manages to make the sound their own. Unlike other modern indie songs, it never really breaks out into a faster pace or does any degree of thrashing, but that’s not the point here.
The consistent alternative rock style hails from the ‘90s, the psych rock sounds ‘60s, and everything in between is very current – bringing together three decades in one song. It brings appeal on many different levels.
Join the Brotherhood: check out their official website and listen to their music on their Soundcloud page or through Spotify. To get quicker updates on this duet, hit them up on their Facebook page or follow them on Twitter @JEFFbrotherhood.