Leesburg, Virginia-based band My Kid Brother, who have been praised and featured by Billboard, Alternative Press, American Songwriter, and their hometown paper The Loudoun Times-Mirror, are back with a brand new song.
Today, the five-piece, indie-pop band have shared the visualizer for “Shoulders.”
“I started writing ‘Shoulders’ at the end of a long-term relationship,” says the band’s Piano Whitman. “I was yearning for the connection we used to have, even though I knew things were over.”
My Kid Brother rose up out of Leesburg with a singular sound reflective of the city’s small-town intimacy, yet wildly ambitious all at once. The indie pop quintet fuses warm keys, wistful psychedelic melodies, off-kilter guitar, wiry grooves, iridescent harmonies, and vocal interplay. Last year, the band released its self-titled EP via Fearless Records.
Stay tuned for more new music and a big announcement from My Kid Brother.