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My Double, My Brother - What We Found Beneath The Ground

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My Double, My Brother - What We Found Beneath The Ground

The Orange County-based quintet My Double, My Brother recently released its debut LP, What We Found Beneath The Ground. The fivesome connected while attending Southern California’s BIola University, through the college’s music program, and began performing under the moniker, “The Fragrance.” Under this name, the band released a few EPs and toured a bit, but after a few musical shifts, the trained musicians not only had a new LP, but a new name as well. Listening to the record, it is evident that the band members studied music. The sound is so tight and technical that it is hard to believe this is a freshman effort. Calling on the usual indie suspects—guitar, bass, keys, drum, vocals—My Double, My Brother has released a solid folk/indie album that drips with Mumford and Sons and Arcade Fire influences, while maintaining its own sound that will surely create buzz in the blogosphere. - Katrina Nattress



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