JEFF The Brotherhood are a psych-garage duo from Nashville – brothers, Jake and Jamin. The Brotherhood has been called “kraut punk,” “psychedelic grunge” and “noise pop,” drawing comparisons to bands like Hawkwind, Wipers, and early Sonic Youth. With three guitar strings and a minimal drum kit, they manage to distill rock to its primal essence.
Their pared-down arrangements and bluesy riffs recall AC/DC's Young brothers and their fun-loving zeal is akin to honorary bros the Ramones. But the secret weapon on their second album is an unironic embrace of the elegant, harmony-rich hooks and wide-eyed...Spin
The addictive southern-rock drone created by the brothers Jake and Jamin Orrall out of a drum set and lone guitar sounds far larger than would be expected from a D.I.Y. two-piece, and it is propelling the Nashville duo quickly into the national spotlight.NEW YORK TIMES
Just try to get through one of their sets without stomping your foot and pumping your fist.Nylon Magazine
The sweet spot between punk and hard rock.Spin