The Brother Brothers have shared their new single, “The Calla Lily Song”. Opening with the smooth warmth of guitar tones, David Moss contemplates an indescribably special moment, a time at which one can do nothing but breathe deeply, held by the sensation that something essential though utterly unnameable is taking place.
The Brother Brothers – David and Adam Moss, identical twins born and raised in Peoria, Illinois, and currently based in Brooklyn – arrange their new single so deliberately that each note conjures their lyrics’ exact emotionally stirring sentiment. Delicately entangling two affections, David sings to both a lover and New York City with equivalent levels of tenderness. The brothers’ vocals linger on details with buttery warmth, intimating how unambiguously they hold these small yet immensely remarkable moments.
Speaking of the single David Moss says; “This one is about recognizing that a moment in life is significant in some way. The song opens in contemplation about the beginning of a new love, and follows the walk home that I often took when I first moved to the city. It’s about a feeling we all get at some point, that something special is taking place.”
New album Calla Lily – due April 16th – was produced and mixed by Grammy-nominated Ryan Hadlock (The Lumineers, Brandi Carlile, Vance Joy) at Bear Creek Studios in Woodinville, Washington and mastered by Grammy-nominated Phillip Shaw Bova (Andy Shauf, Father John Misty).