Brothers Osborne Release Three-Track EP ‘Nobody’s Nobody’

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Natalie Osborne

The Brothers are back.

After a break since their 2020 album, Skeletons,  Brothers Osborne is back with the release of a three-track EP, Nobody’s Nobody. 

The duo took to Instagram a week ago to announce the project, and it is finally here.

“‘Nobody’s Nobody’ sampler out 4.7 featuring “Nobody’s Nobody,” “Might As Well Be Me,” “Rollercoaster (Forever and a Day).”

John Osborne also took to Instagram to share a little about the time and thought that went into these songs.

“As musicians, we’re constantly evolving and pushing ourselves to new heights. With our fourth album, we’ve teamed up with a new producer, Mike Elizondo, and embraced his approach to our sound and story.

Our expectations were already high, and he absolutely shattered them. It’s exciting to see where this journey will take us, and we can’t wait to share this sound with everyone.

Life and art are about growth and taking risks, and we’re ready to take on the challenge.” 

The title track on the EP has been pushed through teasers prior to the release and is a stand-out tune.

It features the signature sound of Brothers Osborne that their fans know and love, with a message about not letting others dictate your feeling of importance.

The message comes across strongly in the chorus whit the lyrics:

“Sun goes up
Sun goes down
Takes all kinds of kinds
To make this world go ’round
Everybody’s somebody, someone
A sinner, saint, or son of a gun
Nobody’s nobody.”

“Nobody’s Nobody” is followed by a honky tonk rocker, “Might As Well Be Me,” and the EP is rounded out with a piano ballot, “Rollercoaster (Forever and A Day).”

The EP does exactly what John had mentioned they hoped to do, showing an elevation of their sound. The perfectly selected songs highlight their versatility and how these guys can write and record many styles of tunes and do it well each time.

It’s good to have new music from this duo again.

“Might As Well Be Me”

“Rollercoaster (Forever And A Day)”

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