Royal Southern Brotherhood Releases “heartsoulblood”
New blues-rock sounds are coming forth from Royal Southern Brotherhood, which has released its second studio album, heartsoulblood.
Coming after two years after the band’s 2012 debut album, heartsoulblood, featuring Charlie Wooton on bass, reveals a band that has grown tighter than ever. The record features not only rockers, but also soul sounds, and even a song all about — what else? — how rock and roll began in the American South.
The group, which features guitarists/vocalists Mike Zito and Devon Allman, percussionist/vocalist Cyril Neville and drummer Yonrico Scott, was recorded in the south, too, at Dockside Studios in Vermilion Bayou, Louisiana.
Hear what the Brotherhood has going on in this clip from a June 1 festival performance of “Groove On”:
heartsoulblood Track List:
- World Blues
- Rock and Roll
- Groove On
- Here It Is
- Shoulda Known
- Let’s Ride
- She’s My Lady
- Takes a Village
- Love and Peace