Cary Brothers to release new album 'Under Control' + Ghost Town MP3

Cary Brothers is set to release his second studio album 'Under Control' April 6, 2010, produced by Bill Lefler (Dashboard Confessionals/Gym Class Heros).

Cary Brothers - Under Control

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The new album includes 10 brand new songs including the stunning opening track "Ghost Town", the dark and beautiful "Belong" as well as breathtaking cover of Level 42's "Something About You".

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Cary Brothers Bio:

"Cary Brothers is required listening for a developing generation of fans of smart, heartfelt, original music..." - BOSTON GLOBE

Cary Brothers is an indie rock American singer-songwriter originally from Nashville, Tennessee. Brothers is best known for the single "Blue Eyes", which was featured on the Grammy Award-winning soundtrack to the 2004 film Garden State. With songs influenced by everything from 80s British New Wave music to 70s folk music, Brothers has achieved critical and commercial success with his independently released EPs as well as his first full length LP "Who You Are."

Brothers found his voice playing regularly as part of the musical community at the Hotel Café in Los Angeles, and he has since toured across the world with such acts as The Fray, KT Tunstall, Aqualung, Ben Lee, Matt Nathanson, Imogen Heap, and Liz Phair. He also co-created the Hotel Cafe Tour and has spent the last four years bringing this traveling music show across the U.S. and Europe along with artists such as Sara Bareilles, Brett Dennen, and Ingrid Michaelson.

While many artists focus their promotional efforts mostly on radio exposure, Brothers went a slightly different route and pushed to get songs out to the public through film and television shows, leading a generation of similar-minded indie artists. Brothers' songs have appeared on the FOX mystery Bones, the CW's Smallville and One Tree Hill, the NBC sitcom Scrubs, ABC Family's show Kyle XY, and the medical dramas Grey's Anatomy and ER, as well as many other shows. The original version of Brothers' song "Ride" appeared on the soundtrack to the feature film The Last Kiss. Brothers has also performed on The Late Late Show, Jimmy Kimmel Live!, Direct TV's CD USA, and Scrubs. He made a guest appearance with London band Aqualung on The Late Show with David Letterman and The Tonight Show with Jay Leno.

Brothers released his first full-length album, 'Who You Are', in May, 2007. The video for the single "Ride" starring Brittany Snow is one of the few truly independent videos ever to be added to the rotation on VH1 in the U.S. In addition, the record won "Best Rock Album of 2007" by the Indie Acoustic Project. "Ride" has also been mixed by DJ Tiesto and was a huge hit on the dancefloors of Europe in 2008. Brothers' original collaboration with Tiesto, "Here on Earth," is featured on the DJ's 2009 record 'Kaleidoscope' alongside the voices of Bloc Party, Sigur Ros, and Tegan & Sara. In addition to his new Holiday 2009 EP 'Father Christmas,' Brothers just finished his second LP 'Under Control' for release in the Winter of 2010.

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