Monday, January 9, 2012

Details emerge about upcoming Avett Brothers' album

"Rolling Stone" published a brief interview with the Avetts about the Concord-based band's anxiously awaited follow-up to its commercial breakthrough "I and Love and You." today. The article promises some heavier material. Having been a fan of Scott and Seth Avetts' pre-Avett Brothers hard rock band Nemo and the pair's heavy Oh What a Nightmare project, I'm curious to hear these new songs. Expect some of the stark, moving folk-based tracks fans have heard live as well.

The hard touring band is back on the road in March. 

Read the "Rolling Stone" article here.


15 comments:

  1. Oh boy -- crank up the airwaves at WBT-- Larson and Hancock will be all over this one- ad nauseam

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  2. Avett Brothers = Nickleback of Folk Rock.

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  3. "Anonymous January 10, 2012 10:40 AM" = Nickleback of newspaper article commentors.

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  4. I agree w/ 10:40 AM. These guys are a fraud.

    If they were from the midwest, you'd never hear about them. Whoopie, they're from Concord.

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  5. you obviously have never seen them play

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  6. Anon 10:51
    If it weren't for these comments, we'd never hear from you either. Geez, people need to get a grip.

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  7. @Anon 10:40...

    Maybe you missed them when they were scraping out an existence playing small clubs and just about every outdoor event their manager could find that would take them. You can dislike their music but if you're talking about musicianship or the hard road that got them to where they are, I don't think you can call them a fraud.

    And Rick Rubin doesn't hand pick frauds.

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  8. THERE ARE OTHER BANDS IN CHARLOTTE, OBSERVER, JUST FYI.... sheesh.

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  9. They stole their music from Emmett otters jug band

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  10. Upcomong?

    Only thing worse than your spelling is your taste in music. These guys are hacks.

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  11. Avett Bros rock!...nuff said...

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  12. Man, people are haters! Give the Avett Brothers some credit--be proud of your hometown boys! They are catching some main-stream success and deserve it. I guess playing at the Grammy's with Bob Dylan last year just happened by chance, too. Sheesh.

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