The Bros. Landreth perform Tuesday at The Hideout in Gasoline Alley, south of Red Deer. (Contributed photo).

The Bros. Landreth perform Tuesday at The Hideout in Gasoline Alley, south of Red Deer. (Contributed photo).

Juno-winning duo The Bros. Landreth to perform next week south of Red Deer

Juno Award-winning roots duo The Bros. Landreth will be performing some “polished and profound” songs at the Hideout near Red Deer on Tuesday.

The show is in celebration of the musicians’ third studio album Come Morning. The record is described as “a rebirth and refinement” of the duo’s original blend of alternative country, folk, and harmony-heavy soul.

The songs, Corduroy, Shame and Come Morning are especially personal to Winnipeg brothers Joey and Dave Landreth. They confront past demons of abuse, addiction toxic masculinity, loss and heartbreak to try to set a foundation for a better family narrative in future.

The lighter tunes Drive All Night and Stay tap into a a wayfaring musician’s desire to plant roots and incorporate indie-pop, rock and other vibes.

The new The Bros. Landreth album has been well received across the globe — including from legendary Canadian artist Kim Mitchell, who called the duo’s Toronto show “one of the best musical experiences I’ve had in my life.”

For more information about the performance at The Hideout, please contact the venue.

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