The Brothers Comatose Share ‘Too Many Places’ Single

The Bay Area-based quintet continues to preview their forthcoming studio album which is due in 2022.

By Scott Bernstein Jun 29, 2021 12:26 pm PDT

Americana quintet The Brothers Comatose dropped a new single entitled “Too Many Places.” Today, The Bluegrass Situation premiered the track before its official release on Friday, June 2 via Swamp Jam Records.

The Brothers Comatose — guitarist Ben Morrison, banjoist Alex Morrison, bassist Scott Padden, mandolinist Greg Fleischut and violinist Philip Brezina — have spent the last few months sharing performances as part of their “Ear Snacks” video series. The series features reimagined versions of classic BroCo songs, live videos of covers that inspired the band and new tracks from a forthcoming studio album set to arrive in early 2022.

Each of the new singles, including “Too Many Places,” will be featured in the “Ear Snacks” series. The Brothers Comatose previously released the official video for single “Soft And Blue.”

The Brothers Comatose noted the following about “Too Many Places” to The Bluegrass Situation:

“This song was a big collaboration with the whole band. It started with a set of lyrics from our tour manager, Joe Pacini, and morphed into a story of a man fighting an internal battle between the road he believed he was destined for and a more domestic life with a woman he loves. It’s a constant push and pull and a common thread with most touring musicians we know. How does one balance a home life and life on the road? It’s a delicate dance that requires a lot of give and take in a relationship and for those that have figured it out, we applaud you! Tell us your secrets!”

Stream “Too Many Places” below and pre-save the track on Spotify here:

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