VIDEO: Brother Hawk – “Haywood Heartache” (indieATL Session)

Brother HawkI haven’t yet has the opportunity to catch Brother Hawk live, but they seem to possess all the requisites for a killer rock show—big, booming vocals; searing solos; and deep pocket grooves that create plenty of space for those guitars and singing to shine. The band’s sterling performance on the latest indieATL Session only serves to reinforce that belief with frontman J.B. Brisendine leading the group through a rousing version of “Haywood Heartache,” one of the finer moments from the group’s sophomore EP, Affairs of Plain Living. It’s a terrific vehicle for Brisendine—a driving aerodynamic rocker where all roads leading to the emphatic hook of the chorus—and here he sings with depth, warmth and just the right amount of soulful grit. Oh, and just in case there was any trace of lingering doubt still in my mind—that blistering, fuzzed-out solo has officially wiped my brain clean. Well done, gentlemen. Well done.

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