Philadelphia’s BROTHERS PAST have built a national following the old-fashioned way: writing good songs, making great records and touring. Since 2000, the band has been refining its unique sound, blending aspects of electronic music with rock songwriting.
Their 2005 release, This Feeling’s Called Goodbye, on SCI Fidelity Records, saw the band receive national praise, from critics, bloggers, hippies, hipsters, and regular people just like you. Many, many festival appearances followed, including a performance at Bonnaroo in 2006. After a one-year hiatus from touring in 2008, the quartet resumed making music with a NYE show at the Note in West Chester, PA that sold out in less than 30 minutes. BROTHERS PAST is hard at work on its next studio release, expected sometime in 2010.
Tom Hamilton – vocals, guitar, laptop
Tom McKee – keyboards, vocals
Clay Parnell – bass, vocals
Rick Lowenberg – drums
This Feeling’s Called Goodbye (2005)
The New York Press calls them “The square-jawed, bastard child of Pink Floyd with a gigantic stage show.” This Feeling’s Called Goodbye (October 2005) is an imperious recording effort – one that is sure to open ears and turn heads.