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The Full Story


Fifteen-year-old twins Alix and Deary began their musical journey at age 4, learning the rudiments on piano. By the 3rd grade they began writing original material on guitar, ukulele, and drums; and from that moment began planning their careers. In the summer of 2022, they had the honor of playing an opening set for Tommy Stinson (The Replacements/Bash and Pop) at one of his shows in Atlanta. Since then they have played an array of cool Atlanta gigs.


Old Friends Are New Strangers

 Their debut EP, “Old Friends Are New Strangers”, is a collection of 5 songs based in part on chance interactions with the quirky characters that color East Atlanta Village (a place they’ve known since birth). On tracks such as “Like Strangers Do”, the twins explore what it feels like to be friends with someone you hadn’t seen in a while, only to realize that they’ve become someone else. The EP was conceived during the long and painful halt of social interaction caused by the pandemic. The songs are a preternaturally mature reckoning of two years in dystopian teen land USA. The Brower Sisters lay their emotions down and treat the listener to a portrait of two brave young women who decide to create their way out of the doldrums.


Fun Stuff!

Performing live as a 4 piece, “BSB” have quickly made themselves a place in the local Atlanta music scene booking shows and festivals for a jam packed Spring show season.  They were recently featured on the Atlanta rock-focused TV show and YouTube series “Now Dig This” as an up-and-coming band to watch. “Messed You Up” was aired on WRFG’s “Americana Garage” show in February. As of date, they have played for various benefits and concert series, recently opening up for this year's annual “Wig Wag” festival in Avodale Estates on May 13th featuring other local staples like Subsonics and Rod Hamdallah. The band has tons of more fun stuff coming so stay tuned!

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