The Lost Brothers
|The Lost Brothers|
End of the Road Festival 2012
|Genres||Folk, country, blues|
|Labels||Bird Dog Records, Readymade Records, Lojinx|
|Associated acts||The 747s, Brendan Benson, Arctic Monkeys|
|Members||Oisin Leech, Mark McCausland|
The Lost Brothers are an Irish musical duo consisting of Mark McCausland and Oisin Leech, formerly of The 747s. Their first album Trails of the Lonely was released in 2008 and produced by Mike Coykendall (Bright Eyes, M Ward) and Decembrists collaborator Adam Selzer.
Leech appears on Arctic Monkeys' cover of Barbara Lewis's Baby I'm Yours, sharing lead vocals with Arctic Monkeys' Alex Turner. The song was released as a b-side on Arctic Monkeys' single Leave Before the Lights Come On.
In 2010 The Lost Brothers recorded their second album, So Long John Fante, in Sheffield with producer Colin Elliot with members of Richard Hawley's band backing them in the studio. The album received positive reviews in The Irish Times, Hot Press and the Irish Examiner and saw the band perform live on The Late Late Show and on the BBCs The Culture Show.
In 2011, the band travelled to Nashville where they recorded new material with Brendan Benson as producer. Members of Old Crow Medicine Show and The Cardinals performed as their band for the recordings which became their third album, The Passing of the Night. The album was released on Benson's Readymade Records label in the US and on Lojinx in Europe.
- Trails of the Lonely (2008)
- So Long John Fante (2011)
- The Passing of the Night (2012)
- New Songs of Dawn and Dust (2014)
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- "Electric Proms 2008 - Artists - Steve Lamacq: Pete Wylie and The Lost Brothers". BBC. 1970-01-01. Retrieved 2012-08-18.
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- Quinn, Gerry (2011-12-07). "The Lost Brothers". Irish Examiner. Retrieved 2012-08-18.
- "Lost Brothers for The Late Late Show". Hotpress.com. Retrieved 2012-08-18.
- sol365 (2010-01-22). "The Lost Brothers - BBC Culture Show soundcheck". YouTube. Retrieved 2012-08-18.
- "How Lost Brothers found a friend - The Irish Times - Fri, Aug 03, 2012". The Irish Times. 2012-08-03. Retrieved 2012-08-18.
- "lojinx // the lost brothers / the passing of the night". Lojinx.com. Retrieved 2012-08-18.
- British Broadcasting Corporation. "Northern Ireland - Across the Line". BBC. Retrieved 2012-08-18.