Brothers of Destruction was written during the Do Hollywood album recording sessions and recorded just after in The Lemon Twigs’ home studio. It includes some live favourites which you may recognize. Once or twice every generation, Long Island introduces the world to artists of such singular originality that they change the very nature of their art: Lou Reed; Jim Brown; Robert Mapplethorpe; Andy Kaufman. With their debut album for 4AD, Do Hollywood, The Lemon Twigs have earned themselves a spot on that list. Fusing tightly constructed pop, sophisticated orchestration, and British invasion melodies into a ten-song masterpiece, the D’Addario brothers—Brian (19) and Michael (17)—are whipping fans and critics alike into an utter frenzy. NPR hailed them as “fabulously weird,” Brooklyn Vegan raved that “they need to be seen to be believed,” and The Line Of Best Fit dubbed their music “near perfect…the best lo-fi rock & roll anthem you’ll hear this decade.” “Tote hooky songs that stand out for their intricate arrangements and delectable melodies” - Rolling Stone “Explod[ing] into a swaying, psychedelic anthem that brings together the best parts of early Tame Impala and orchestral rock ballads from the ‘60s and ‘70s.” – NPR All Songs Considered “Like listening to music from a time that never was…a baroque rock romp” 

The Lemon Twigs - Brothers Of Destruction EP

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