Pop/Rock with an edge, The Brotherhood's rhythm-infused rock n roll is driven by lead singer/writer Josiah Hawley. The band got their start when Hawley was offered an opportunity to record at a major Nashville studio where a friend was interning over the summer. Ironically, all members of the band are originally from northwest Arkansas and had moved to Nashville, TN where they were pursuing music individually. Scott Hundley (lead guitar), Mike Rinne (bass), and Jake Goss (drums) joined Hawley to record in the fall of 2007 which lead to their EP debut in April of 2008 and solidified them as a band. Taking cues from greats like U2 and Coldplay, The Brotherhood's sound is still distinctly their own. Hawley's soaring vocals and Scott Hundley's melodic, textured guitar riffs are signatures to every tune on the self-titled EP. The band's freshman EP offers a variety of high energy rock but also a softer side that is surprisingly introspective. While tunes such as "No pretense" and "Where are you going" bring an exciting energy and compelling presence to the music that seem best suited for a big arena, tunes such as "Maybe" and "Sorry" subtly carry jazz undertones that create a more intimate feel. Currently working on recording their new singles in Nashville, TN, the band hopes to release their new tunes by early 2009.