Photo by Jessie McCall

The Brothers Comatose release their music video for “Cedarwood Pines” exclusively with C&I.

The energetic, uplifting, and exceptionally creative band The Brothers Comatose have earned loyal fans all over the country with their contagious nature and eccentric aura.

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Now with three foot-stompin’ albums — Songs from the Stoop, Respect the Van, and City Painted Gold — under their belts, the band grew from actual brothers Ben and Alex Morrison playing guitar and banjo casually in their living room and around campfires to a critically acclaimed five-piece bluegrass outfit rounded out by friends Gio Benedetti on bass, Philip Brezina on fiddle, and Ryan Avellone on mandolin.

Known for their rowdy performances and offbeat nature, the San Francisco natives have won the hearts of fans in the most unconventional ways — most recently with a horseback tour through the West.

Kicking off on King Ranch, owned by retired actor Perry King in Cool, California, The Brothers Comatose rode into town over to Cool Hills Ranch for their show at the Milestone Saloon, tied up the horses at the back of the bar, and performed a fiery set before traveling back to the ranch in the moonlight. The following day, they headed off on the world famous Tevis Trail through the Auburn Canyon for a headlining concert at the Auburn Events Center.

The tour produced an abundance of interesting stories and a wonderfully original music video for their single  “Cedarwood Pines,” a vintage psychedelic country tune that extols getting out of the city and into nature for one’s own self-preservation.

“‘Cedarwood Pines’ is all about having that special place far away from the confines of city limits that you can always return to recharge and reflect. Somewhere you can find peace, comfort and clarity staring up at the stars on a crisp night’s sky, worlds away from all the hustle and bustle and ensued chaos of modern civilization. The narrative feels evermore relevant as our society becomes more dependent on technology as a crutch for survival, resulting in our waning ability to be in tune with the natural world,” says Alex Morrison.

Created from footage of their horseback tour, the “Cedarwood Pines” video is as entertaining visually as it is musically.

Jump on the bluegrass bandwagon for The Brothers Comatose as they perform their new single “Cedarwood Pines” in their high-energy music video.

Campire Caravan Fall 2017 Tour Dates

October 4 – Paso Robles, CA – Barrelhouse Brewing Co
October 5 – Los Angeles, CA – Bootleg Theater
October 6 – Great American Music Hall – San Francisco, CA
October 7 – Great American Music Hall – San Francisco, CA
October 10 – Boise, ID – Neurolux
October 11 – Salt Lake City, UT – The Urban Lounge
October 12 – Denver, CO – Ogden Theatre
October 13 – Colorado Springs, CO – Ivywild School
October 14 – Ft. Collins, CO – Aggie Theater
November 2 – Minneapolis, MN – Cedar Cultural Center
November 3 – Madison, WI – High Noon Saloon
November 4 – Chicago, IL – Lincoln Hall
November 5 – Detroit, MI – Otus Supply
November 7 – Pittsburgh, PA – James Street Ballroom
November 9 – Boston, MA – The Sinclair
November 10 – New York, NY – Bowery Ballroom
November 11 – Ardmore, PA – Ardmore Music Hall
November 12 – Washington, DC – 9:30 Club
November 14 – Charlotte, NC – Neighborhood Theatre
November 15 – Nashville, TN – The Mercury Lounge
November 16 – Atlanta, GA – Terminal West
November 17 – Raleigh, NC – Lincoln Theatre
November 18 – Asheville, NC – The Orange Peel

For more information on The Brothers Comatose, visit their website.