Simple, striking songwriting that ripples with maturity...

The Lost Brothers were born older.

Perhaps it's the duo's influences - classic country, The Everly Brothers - or perhaps it's the maturity of their approach, but the band's music has a soft, gilded feeling.

Oisin Leech and Mark McCausland are toasting their 10th anniversary of working together, a decade of wonderful music delivered in a simple, unadorned fashion.

New album 'Halfway Towards A Healing' arrives on January 26th (pre-order LINK), with Clash able to premiere the duo's new cut 'Echoes In The Wind'.

Delicately hewn poetry with a pastoral feel, the sharply Autumn atmosphere is imbued with a rich sense of emotion as vocal tumbles over vocal.

The album's opening song, it's a rich, acoustic-based piece of songwriting that feels extraordinarily powerful.

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