Brothers Tyler and Nick Talbott found themselves half a country away from home when they spent the better part of 2012 touring to promote their debut album, Leaving Home. What came out of the strenuous tour was a record about what happens when being away from home becomes its own lifestyle. Full of raw, organic songs, The Road became their sophomore acoustic album, released in August of 2013 with help of a successful Kickstarter campaign.
In 2013 The Talbott Brothers relocated to Omaha to team up with longtime friend, producer, and drummer Alex Ritter along with the multi-talented Ben “Bones” Frerichs on bass. Whether they’re performing as the duo or with their band, they’re music has been compared to Neil Young, John Mayer and Dave Matthews Band.
The Talbott Brothers’ latest album, the “Coming Home EP” illustrates the band’s rediscovered sound. For the 2 brothers, it’s a 180 from their previous record, “The Road,” a more acoustical album written after touring members left the group. As The Talbott Brothers enter a new chapter of performing with a band again, they’ve compiled fan favorites: Morphine, On the Run, Wretched Man and Coming Home into a 4-song EP to re-establish their rock and roll roots.