Canadian roots-rockers The Bros. Landreth, recently nominated for International Artist Of The Year by Americana Music Association, continued their UK tour at The Garage, Highbury, last night, following the release of their 11 song debut album 'Let It Lie' on Slate Creek. The band's sound is anchored by the Bluesy wail of electric guitars, the swell of B3 organ, and the blood harmonies of brothers Joey and David Landreth. 'Let It Lie' has already won The Roots & Traditional Album Of The Year in 2015 and was recorded in a straw bale house in Southern Manitoba, during one of the coldest winters in recent memory! Working with producer Murray Pulver, The Bros. Landreth found warmth in the songs that Joey and David had written at home, brewing up an earthy, earnest sound that has since drawn comparisons to The Band, The Allman Brothers and Jackson Browne. Anyway, watch out over the coming days for more pics, a vid and a review of last night's gig.