Bare-bones sound teamed with big choruses

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Five-piece Brother and Bones bring their soulful rock and roll sound to Southampton’s Talking Heads on Thursday.

The gig is part of a 35-date UK and European tour which coincides with the release of the group’s new single, Long Way To Go.

The quintet are becoming noted for their ability to switch from a soul-searching acoustic sound to big rocking choruses.

The current tour follows last year’s release of their To Be Alive EP and a headline tour that saw them play to than 3,000 people.

The London-based band recently played the EuroSonic Festival in the Netherlands, sharing The Cathedral Tent with Kodaline and The Strypes.

Brother and Bones’ music has been described as fitting somewhere between The Boxer Rebellion and Mumford & Sons.

The To Be Alive EP reached number five in the UK iTunes Rock Charts (with equal chart success across Europe) and the band are planning their debut album.

Tickets for the Southampton gig are £7.

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Doors open at 7.30pm.