Andrew Jackson Jihad - Little Brother (Song)  » Music  »
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  • Personally, I enjoy the change in tone and I also enjoy the vocal delivery of this track as well as the lyrics since they take on more of a storytelling approach which makes it easy to follow the lyrics
  • Another thing I like about Little Brother is that it utilizes outside instrumentation which isn’t typically utilized in songs by Andrew Jackson Jihad such as a harmonica and a banjo
  • I would recommend a fan of Andrew Jackson Jihad to at least give Little Brother a listen, though I should add that it has a sound which is significantly different from their traditional tone and a listener shouldn’t go into this track expecting a folk punk composition


    • by grimmy101
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      Little Brother is a song by Andrew Jackson Jihad which appears on their split with Flaspar and Golden Boots. Opening up with a calm sound, an acoustic guitar lead comes in over the rhythm established and a listener should get the feeling that this isn’t the traditional fast folk-punk sound characteristic of Andrew Jackson Jihad.

      Personally, I enjoy the change in tone and I also enjoy the vocal delivery of this track as


      well as the lyrics since they take on more of a storytelling approach which makes it easy to follow the lyrics.

      Another thing I like about Little Brother is that it utilizes outside instrumentation which isn’t typically utilized in songs by Andrew Jackson Jihad such as a harmonica and a banjo.

      Although the song does have a very traditional and straightforward structure, Andrew Jackson Jihad was never a band for intricate arrangements.

      Overall, I ...


      • personally enjoy Little Brother quite a bit as I find the vocal performance throughout to be pretty catchy, though lacking in that very energetic sound which has become characteristic of this band for me.

        I would recommend a fan of Andrew Jackson Jihad to at least give Little Brother a listen, though I should add that it has a sound which is significantly different from their traditional tone and a listener shouldn’t go

        into this track expecting a folk punk composition.

        Nevertheless, I like how the band experimented with a different tone on this track as well as embraced outside instrumentation and I feel they were successful in crafting a song which is different from their traditional sound yet still enjoyable.

        Though mellow is certainly not a term I would typically take in describing this band, it oddly fits this song and the band surprisingly pulls it off.




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