The Brother Bicker Band is country Canadian-style, and the seven-member group of roots rockers is bringing more of its signature sound with the release of its new single, “Another Kind of Train.” The band’s self-described sound of “maple whiskey rock n roll is packed into the storytelling chorus and sliding notes of the song.
Based in Calgary, AB, The Brother Bicker Band has a rich and full sound that was put together by seven friends; Jeremy Hrdlicka on acoustic guitar and vocals, Tom Mogan on guitar and vocals, Jennele Coulson and Clarie Wilkes on vocals, Ben Ellard on keys, Matt Dawe on drums and Jim Duncan on bass.
They’ve earned them two YYC Music Award nominations in the past two years.
The Brother Bicker Band’s last album, Hospitality and Northern Charm, which was released in 2020, was a wide-open look into the group’s range, influences, worldview, and it feels like everything the group has been working toward comes to a head in this latest single.
The Brother Bicker Band have told stories and brought people together in ways that only music can, and “Another Kind of Train” is a revealing and bright indication of just how far the seven friends have gone and how many trips they still plan on taking.