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THE B-SIDE
The Teskey Brothers (Glassnote)
10/22/19

WHAT IT IS: The Teskey Brothers have appeared as a rare musical gem. Honoring the Motown sound and working it into something of their very own. The Glassnote debut album, Run Home Slow—a raw combination of soul and blues—has warmed the hearts of listeners everywhere with its melancholic, analog tones. It was recently nominated for six Australian Aria Awards, winning one for guitarist Sam Teskey (Engineer of the Year). Written by all four band members, the album was recorded in their home studio in Australia and produced by Paul Butler (Michael Kiwanuka, St Paul & the Broken Bones, Andrew Bird). Singer Josh Teskey’s smoky, whiskey vocals defy expectation, while the band around him holds an irresistible groove.
ALBUM:
Run Home Slow
RELEASE DATE:
8/2
SINGLE:
“So Caught Up”
TV:
CBS Saturday Morning, Kimmel; Monday Night Football, Walgreens syncs
LIVE:
Just finished a U.S. tour with Tash Sultana; currently on a headline tour in Australia; will kick off 2020 with headline tours in the U.K., Europe and U.S.
INTERNET:
7m+ total streams and 2m+ video views for “So Caught Up”; the band’s Color Session stimulated more than 108% Instagram follower growth, 30k Twitter reactions (including a viral Travon Free tweet) and 1m+ YouTube views
RADIO:
Top 15 Triple A, Top 5 Americana; #1 most played at SiriusXM Spectrum for three weeks, WXRT, KBCO, more.
PRESS:
NPR (“Best of luck finding a sweeter, more soulful shade of the blues than ‘So Caught Up,’ the gateway intro-ductory track for Melbourne, Australia’s newest export, The Teskey Brothers”), Paste (“With jams like ‘So Caught Up’ and ‘Hold Me,’ The Teskeys masterfully gravitate to everything from jazz and Dixieland to delta blues and gospel”)
BOOKING:
Paradigm
PUBLISHING:
Downtown
MANAGEMENT:
Jeremy Furze/Applejack Music