Brothers Osborne - 'Port St Joe' - Album Review
Brothers Osborne - 'Port St Joe' - Album Review 9
Brothers Osborne - 'Port St Joe' - Album Review 9
Brothers Osborne - 'Port St Joe' - Album Review 9
Brothers Osborne - 'Port St Joe' - Album Review 9
Brothers Osborne - 'Port St Joe' - Album Review 9
9Overall Score
Reader Rating: (0 Votes)

Brothers Osborne returns with their sophomore album Port St Joe today and it is an absolute beauty. A sublime collection of finely crafted songs to whet the appetite, and get your groove on! It would be unfair to just say this is a Country album; it is rich in Classic Rock roots with huge sing along Pop-Rock chorus that are easy on the ear. The guys stepped out of their comfort zones to write an album to follow up a highly successful debut Pawn Shop, in doing so Port Saint Joeflows like a river, all ten tracks seamlessly carry you on a sonic journey through the hearts and minds of Brothers Osborne and embrace you all the way.

Whilst it may be unfair to simply call this a Country album, it is everything a great contemporary album should be. Steeped in lyrical quality, the song writing envelopes you as every memorable Country album does. There’s a swagger within these ten tracks that reminds you of the likes of The Cadillac Three, a gritty backbone and technical flare that just oozes class. Songs like ‘Shoot Me Straight’ just make you grin ear to ear.

Building in their already impressive resume, the boys won Vocal Duo Of The Year and Music Video Of The Year for ‘It Ain’t My Fault’ at the recent ACM awards and with a UK tour dovetailing this fine release you can catch them in the flesh to understand why.


As fine an album, as you’ll hear all year, Port St Joe is available from April 20th via Snakefarm Records.




Track List:

  1. Slow Your Roll
    2. Shoot Me Straight
    3. I Don’t Remember Me (Before You)
    4. Weed, Whiskey and Willie
    5. Tequila Again
    6. A Couple Wrongs Makin’ It Alright
    7. Pushing Up Daisies (Love Alive)
    8. Drank Like Hank
    9. A Little Bit Trouble
    10. While You Still Can



May 4th – Dublin, Academy
May 5th – Belfast, The Limelight
May 7th – Bristol, O2 Academy
May 8th – Brighton, Concorde 2 **SOLD OUT**
May 9th – Birmingham, O2 Academy 2 **SOLD OUT**
May 11th – London, Koko **SOLD OUT**
May 12th – Manchester, O2 Ritz **SOLD OUT**
May 13th – Glasgow, O2 ABC (upgraded from the Garage) ** SOLD OUT**


‘The Family’ fan club members can apply for meet & greets at



Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

%d bloggers like this: