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JEFF The Brotherhood is the project of brothers Jake and Jamin Orrall, started in a basement in Nashville, TN in 2002. From their basement beginnings they have traced a journey that has taken them around the world several times over, from DIY shows and self-released albums to major label contracts, network television appearances and the international festival circuit, and today, after a two year hiatus, the band are announcing their 13th full length album, Magick Songs.

The album marks a significant change of direction for the Brotherhood, who have added new band members in Jack Lawrence or Dead Weather/Raconteurs and Kunal Prakash of Viva L'American Death Ray Music, and work with several new collaborators including Daddy Issues' Jenna Moynihan and Bully's Reece Lazarus, both of whom feature on the album's first single Parachute, which is premiering now on Billboard. The track, on which Moynihan takes a co-lead vocal with Jake Orrall, showcases several of the new influences The Brotherhood have incorporated into this release, which range from '80s and '90s Japanese experimental music (a passion of Jake Orrall, who recently contributed liner notes to a) to extreme metal.