Brother Oliver is a South Carolina-based psychic folk-rock outfit formed by two brothers, Andrew and Stephen Oliver. The project began in 2011 in the small town of Greenville, Michigan — where the Olivers were born and raised. Two years later, they moved to Greenville, South Carolina as a result of 20-year-old angst and longings for change — whereupon arrival, Andrew began writing and recording the band's debut record in 2013.
Brother Oliver has played nearly 250 shows across the country over the past twelve months — alongside Steve Miller Band, Father John Misty, King Tuff, SUSTO, Old Sea Brigade, Delta Spirit's Matthew Logan Vasquez, Dead Confederate's T. Hardy Morris, and The Way Down Wanderers.
Mastered by John Baldwin (Neil Young, The Rolling Stones, The White Stripes) and self-produced in the band’s Appalachian studio, their new music has recently been praised by Huffington Post, PopMatters, Impose Magazine, BalconyTV, and more.