There are too many examples in history to ignore how powerful a musical connection siblings can have.
The stories of volatility surrounding bands of brothers often overshadow just how fruitful these familial collaborations can be. On their debut album, Live for the Moment, The Sherlocks from the U.K. have provided another compelling success story.
Made up of two sets of brothers, lead singer Kiaran and drummer Brandon Crook and bassist Andy and guitarist Josh Davidson, The Sherlocks' deliver enough melodic and lyrical hooks to keep listeners dancing and singing along.
That connection to the audience was something that became apparent as soon as the band released the song "Live for the Moment" as a single.
"We just put it out and people came to the gigs singing it," Kiaran tells Q104.3 New York's "Out of the Box" with Jonathan Clarke.
The band performed an acoustic version of their song "Chasing Shadows" for the show. Kiaran says this tune was a rarity for the group that needs to be well-rehearsed before venturing out of its rehearsal space with new material.
"This is a song that sounded instantly good for our band," he explains. "We're one of them bands — we don't sound good straight away."
Check out the full interview and performance in the video above!
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Here's the music video for The Sherlocks' "Live for the Moment":