Song of the week: “Drunk Talk,” Brother From Another

Seattle rap group Brothers From Another have had a busy and fun first half of 2013. They got to open for Macklemore &Ryan Lewis, they performed at Sasquatch! Music Fest, they finished their new EP, Tacos On Broadway, which comes out next weekend, and oh yeah, they did all of this while each of them attended different universities. Not bad for three 21 year olds.

I got the chance to interview BFA before they performed at Sasquatch. During the interview they played the debut track “Drunk Talk” from their new EP and I fell in love right away. Well now they have a video for the new song which you can watch below.

If you like what you hear BFA is having their EP release party for Tacos On Broadway on Saturday, July 6, at Neumos in Seattle. You can buy tickets here for just $8. I fully expect the guys to throw Capri Suns into the crowd while eating tacos and Molly Moon’s ice cream on stage. Should be one heck of a party.

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