From a basement jam space in the sleepy little town of Almonte Ontario comes a unique blend of roots rock and ten unforgettable songs. If you took the raw energy of The Drive-By Truckers and added the poetic songwriting of Elliot Smith you would have Brothers Through The Hill. Formed by four friends (Kyle Spinks, James Walters, Chris Metcalfe and Pat Crosby) the band honed its sound, playing the bar scene around the Ottawa valley for a few years while working up enough material for an album. They eventually caught the ear of singer-songwriter Brock Zeman who immediately invited them to his Big Muddy recording studio to start work on their debut record “Adelaide.” From beautifully written ballads like “Digging Graves” and “Witches and the Dead” to undeniable hits like “All Girls Go To Art School” and “February is for Giving Up” the album tells the tale of a young band coming into its own. Armed with a brilliant debut album, Brothers Through The Hill are ready to unleash their melodic, hard hitting songs to a club near you.