Have you heard these Songs About Brothers? We bet you'll find some new tunes. Here are 21 of the top ones.
From the album, Leave Before You Love Me, released on May 21, 2021
The song is a collaboration between Marshmello and the Jonas Brothers. It was released on May 14, 2020. The song is about a relationship that is ending, and the person begging their partner to leave before they end up getting hurt. The production of the song is very minimal, with a simple beat and Marshmello's signature sound.
From the album, Happiness Begins, released on June 7, 2019
The song "Sucker" is about a relationship between two people who are deeply in love with each other. The song is set in a light and happy mood, with a simple and catchy melody. The production details are not particularly noteworthy, but the song does feature some nice harmonies and a bouncy beat.
From the album, Toulouse Street, released in 1972
"Listen to the Music" is a song by The Doobie Brothers from their 1971 album Toulouse Street. The song was written by band member Tom Johnston and was produced by Ted Templeman. It was released as a single in 1972 and reached number 16 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart. The song has been covered by many artists over the years and has been featured in films and television shows.
From the album, Idlewild South (Deluxe Edition Remastered), released on September 18, 1970
"Midnight Rider" is a song by the Allman Brothers Band, released in 1972 on the album Idlewild South. The song was written and sung by Gregg Allman, and it is one of the band's signature songs. The song has a bluesy Southern rock sound, and it tells the story of a man desperately trying to escape the confines of his life, in search of freedom on the open road. The song was produced by Tom Dowd, and was recorded at Criteria Studios in Miami. The instrumentation includes Gregg Allman's Hammond B3 organ, Duane Allman's slide guitar, Dickey Betts' electric guitar, Jaimoe's drums, and Berry Oakley's bass. The song also features background vocals by all five members of the band.
From the album, The Melodic Blue, released on September 10, 2021
"Range Brothers (with Kendrick Lamar)" is a single by rapper Baby Keem and features Kendrick Lamar. The track was produced by Kenny Beats, who is known for his work with artists like Rico Nasty, Vince Staples, and Denzel Curry. The song is a hip-hop/trap-infused banger, featuring Keem and Lamar trading bars over a hard-hitting instrumental. The beat is energetic and bombastic, driven by a minimalist trap beat and punctuated by the occasional horn section. The song celebrates the hustle and ambition of the "range brothers" and their loyalty to each other and their crew. The song is a powerful call to action for those looking to rise up and take control of their own destiny.
From the album, Skeletons, released on October 9, 2020
"I'm Not For Everyone" is a song by Brothers Osborne that was released on their debut album Pawn Shop in 2016. The song was written by John and TJ Osborne, with production by Jay Joyce. It is an uptempo, melodic country-rock song that deals with the themes of individuality and not fitting in with everyone else. The song has a strong guitar-driven sound and starts with a bluesy electric guitar riff that continues throughout the verses and chorus. The lyrics discuss the difficulties of not conforming to societal expectations and being proud of who you are. The song has been praised for its catchy melody and upbeat energy, and has become a fan favorite at live shows.
From the album, Brothers, released on May 18, 2010
From the album, Pain is Temporary, released on June 26, 2020
From the album, True 2 Myself, released on October 11, 2019
From the album, On The Road Again, released on January 19, 2021
From the album, Brothers in Arms, released on February 24, 2018
From the album, Brothers in Arms, released on May 13, 1985
From the album, Indicud, released on April 12, 2013
From the album, Promised Heights, released on January 1, 1974
From the album, Abolition, released on April 6, 2017
From the album, Tenboom, released on January 8, 2013
From the album, Plans, released on August 29, 2005
From the album, My Brother’s Keeper (Long Live G), released on November 20, 2020
From the album, Dean Brody, released on April 28, 2009
From the album, Don't Stop Now, released on July 15, 2014
From the album, City Painted Gold, released on March 4, 2016
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