Little Brazil

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Little Brazil
Origin Omaha, Nebraska, United States
Genres Indie rock
Years active 2002–present
Labels Mt. Fuji Records, Anodyne Records

Little Brazil is a four-piece rock band that formed in 2002 in Omaha, Nebraska. It was first created by Landon Hedges, of Desaparecidos and formerly of The Good Life. Originally he intended to use the name Little Brazil for his solo work, yet he recruited his friends Dan Maxwell on bass and Corey Broman on drums, who were in Secret Behind Sunday and Son, Ambulance. The last member was guitarist Austin Britton, whom they met through fellow Omaha musician Simon Joyner.

Greg Edds was later added to guitar duties and Oliver Morgan on drums from 2004-2013. Matt Bowen played drums from 2014-2016.

In 2014, Mike Friedman took over guitar duties along with Nate Van Fleet joining in 2016.

Little Brazil has played alongside bands such as The Good Life, Cursive, Make Believe, The Meat Puppets, Nada Surf, The Thermals, and Tegan and Sara.

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