Beginning in September, the Brothers of Brazil will embark on a 2-month U.S. tour with the legendary U.K. artists The Adicts and 80's cult icon Adam Ant. The Brothers will be touring in support of their EP 'On My Way', that Legs McNeil, author of Please Kill Me says, "is a timeless classic!"
The duo, consisting of the two brothers Supla and Joao, were deemed "Brothers Of Brazil" by Bernard Rhodes, previous manager of The Clash, during their first UK tour.
The Brothers have created music that combines the Brazilian sounds of Bossa Nova and Samba with elements of punk and rock to establish style that truly captivates audiences everywhere.
Keith Roth of Sirius XM says "The first time I saw the Brothers Of Brazil live reminded me when I first saw the Ramones: fun, entertaining, exciting with great memorable tunes!"
The Brothers were also hand picked by Taco Bell to be a part of the brands Feed The Beat campaign.
This will be the band's first trip back to the United States since drummer/vocalist Supla Suplicy appeared on Idolos, The Brazilan version of American Idol.
The band will be continuing flooding Brazilian television this fall as well, when they appear as one of the headliners for the Brazilian MTV music awards.
"The first time I saw the Brothers Of Brazil live reminded me when I first saw the Ramones...fun, entertaining, exciting with great memorable tunes!" - Keith Roth, Sirius XM
"(The Brothers) have combined Rock and Roll,Punk and the classical music of Brazil as closely as only brothers can, making a great new sound. I love this band!" - Bob Gruen
For the latest tour dates and information, go to:
Brothers of Brazil website