JEFF The Brotherhood have had an exciting week. The band announced yesterday that they are stoked to have been dropped from the “clutches of the demented vulture that is Warner Bros” and will release their forthcoming album Wasted On The Dream on their own excellent label, Infinity Cat, instead. In addition to that, Colleen Green’s I Want To Grow Up was made available to stream, an album that was produced by JEFF The Brotherhood’s very own Jake Orrall. Today the brothers released the second single off of the album following “Coat Check Girl,” and it makes for a ridiculously gripping listen. “Black Cherry Pie” infuses JEFF’s usual psychedelic, synthy grunge-tinged muck with the trill of pan flutes by none other than Jethro Tull’s Ian Anderson. It’s a song about how the world is going to hell, so enjoy it while it lasts. Listen below.
Wasted On The Dream is out 3/24 via Infinity Cat.