Atlanta, Georgia-based rock quartet Brother Hawk are hot off the November 8th release of their four-track Big Trouble Sessions EP, and show now signs of slowing down. Recorded on live on March 22nd at Atlanta’s Big Trouble Studio, the album was engineered, mixed, and mastered by TJ Elias, and features cover artwork by Alan Forbes.

One of the stand-outs from that session wherein guitarist and vocalist J.B. Brisendine, keyboardist and vocalist Nick Johns, bassist James Fedigan, and drummer Evan Diprima were totally locked-in and on fire, was the band’s cover of Soundgarden’s “Fell On Black Days.” Well, guess what? While the guys were ripping, the cameras were rolling and, consequently, today we get to debut the live music video for the just-mentioned Soundgarden classic.

Speaking of the video and tune, J.B. commented, “Superunknown has always been one of my favorite records. When I was 8 my Uncle Kevin sent my family a stereo and a ton of killer CDs and that was one of them. I always think of him when I listen to it. One day I was listening to ‘Fell on Black Days’ and thought ‘damn Uncle Kevin would freak if we covered this!’ He’s always been a huge supporter of my music career and Brother Hawk especially. He actually bought me the guitar I’m playing in the video for my 18th birthday. We did our own thing with it but we wanted to honor the song and the impact that record had on everyone in the band. And Uncle Kevin fuckin’ loves it! Hope y’all do too.”

Upcoming Tour Dates:

11/15 – Philadelphia, PA @ Kung Fu Necktie
11/17 – Somerville, MA @ ONCE Lounge
11/18 – Brooklyn, NY @ Knitting Factory
11/19 – Harrisonburg, VA @ The Golden Pony
11/21 – Columbus, OH @ Space Bar
11/22 – Cincinnati, OH @ Northside Yacht Club
11/23 – Buffalo, NY @ Transit Music Lounge

Here she be, Brother Hawk’s bad-ass cover of Soundgarden’s “Fell On Black Days”:

Release on November 8th, 2019, this is the Big Trouble Sessions EP:

Last but not least, here’s the Big Trouble Sessions EP cover artwork:


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