Whatever Coach

Songwriter Bryce Clifford is damn proud of his roots. That pretty much spans everything from rock to post-punk. So when he and his band Brother Superior recorded their EP Whatever Coach, it naturally reflects that omni-directional style, which makes it simultaneously melodic and driven with post-punk elation. Not to mention every single layer of inspiration and experience his band mates bring to the table, like bluegrass, classical, honky-tonk and old-school. It’s all working together like an inextinguishable blaze.

You need to check ’em out live, and you’ve got the opportunity tonight at Brother Superior’s Monday night residency at The Blackheart, 86 Rainey St. The night starts out with a solo set by Jonathan Terrell (also the front man of Not In the Face) at 9 p.m. Very lovely double bill, indeed. Recommended to get rid of the Monday blahs.

-Photo courtesy of the artist.

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