After recording an eye-catching track with The War and Treaty for the 2023 Rolling Stones tribute album, Stoned Cold Country, country-rock duo Brothers Osborne seem to have stayed in the studio for a little longer, as they've announced an album's worth of brand new songs.
The latest single to arrive is ‘Sun Ain't Even Gone Down Yet’, which the duo confirmed would be appearing on their upcoming self-titled album. The hotly anticipated project is slated for a September 15th release.
Earlier in the year, Brothers Osborne released their Nobody's Nobody three-pack, featuring ‘Nobody's Nobody’, ‘Might As Well Be Me’ and ‘Rollercoaster (Forever And A Day)’. All three will appear on the new album.
Brothers Osborne performed one of the highlights from the EP, ‘Rollercoaster (Forever And A Day)’, during a recent showcase. The heartfelt ballad expresses a feeling of unconditional love, and a willingness to stick it out through the highs and the lows of the relationship (“Sometimes falling, sometimes flying / But in spite of everything / I could ride this rollercoaster for forever and a day”.
The new record will serve as the hotly anticipated follow-up to Brothers Osborne's acclaimed 2020 album, Skeletons, which received a deluxe revamp in 2022.
One of the stand-out tracks from the project, ‘Younger Me’, earned TJ and John Osborne a Grammy for Best Country Duo/Group Performance, while Skeletons also received a nod for Best Country Album.
Given the success of Skeletons, it's safe to say expectations are sky-high for their long-awaited follow-up record.
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