JEFF the Brotherhood Dropped From Warner Bros., Release New Song feat. Ian Anderson

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Ahead of the March 24 release of their new LP, Wasted on a Dream, Nashville garage rock duo JEFF the Brotherhood have announced that they’ve been dropped from their major label home, Warner Bros. The brothers don’t seem too bent up about it, describing the label as a “demented vulture” and themselves as “SO FUCKING PLEASED” to have a “heavy weight lifted from our shoulders,” in  a statement on the matter. JEFF’s own label, Infinity Cat, which was founded well before their major label tenure, will now release the album, and pre-orders are live right here. Following previous tracks “What’s a Creep” and “Coat Check Girl,” the group have also debuted a new single, “Black Cherry Pie,” featuring a flute solo from Jethro Tull’s Ian Anderson, via NPR. Listen below, and catch JEFF the Brotherhood next month a Freakin’ Weekend VI.

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