The Felice Brothers have a sound that’s hard to pin down. It bounces around multiple genres, culminating in rough-around-the-edges aesthetic.
The band put that raw sound to work on its latest album, Life in the Dark, self-recorded in a rented garage on a farm in upstate New York. Using the makeshift studio, The Felice Brothers record nine songs before an audience of chickens.
In town for a recent tour date at The Grey Eagle, the band performed two songs in the venue’s green room exclusively for Xpress and Acoustic Asheville.
“Life in the Dark”
“The Wolves Are Howling”