Old enough to know that the youth is wasted; young enough to not care. Brothers From Another stay breezy yet again in their clip for “Blame It On My Youth,” directed by Jon Holman. Track devised by Nima Skeemz.
This is tight. Brothers From Another bring a dope concept to an effortlessly fresh video for their new track, “Running Home.” BFA play genial Love Scouts in what appears to be a beautiful aligning of souls between two nameless people. A little Wes Anderson, a little low-budget DIY charm — it’s the nimble BFA crew making it all look easy, as usual. Video directed by Jon Holman, track produced by Nima Skeemz.
Under the best conditions, life is simpler in the summer. Who better to tell it than Brothers From Another?
“Born in ’92” is the new “In this economy.” You can get away with anything if your generation’s right.
Just in time for tomorrow, Brothers From Another lose their phones and grass stain their kicks. “Day Drink” is the first in BFA’s “Adventures of Los Hermanos” singles series.
In an effort to not get sued by an unnamed grocery store chain, Brothers From Another picked a couple of harmless locales to serve as the backdrop for their new video for “Mad Park Beach Bums” — a track which comes free with their Tacos On Broadway EP — neither of which is actually the eponymous beach park of the song title. No matter: it’s a party wherever Tiglo and Cole happen to crack brews, even if it’s in front of one of those concrete highway barriers in that shitty stretch of I-5 between Lynnwood and Everett.
No you are not seeing double. Brothers From Another already dropped a really fresh video for “Drunk Talk” back in June, but they had to re-up due to certain, ahem, mitigating legal circumstances. (Fuck our litigious culture, I say — let them boys cook!) Anyways… “Drunk Talk” take two is here for your viewing pleasure. Get that Tacos On Broadway below if you haven’t already.