Listen to JEFF the Brotherhood’s Sludgy Cover of Mazzy Star’s ‘Mary of Silence’
Earlier this month, JEFF the Brotherhood announced they would follow up Wasted on the Dream -- which landed in March -- with another full-length, Global Chakra Rhythms, on Nov. 13 via their own Infinity Cat Recordings. The forthcoming LP will include a cover of Mazzy Star’s “Mary of Silence,” which you can stream below:
For Global Chakra Rhythms, Jake and Jamin Orrall have stripped back some of the polish of Wasted on the Dream and returned to the psychedelic prog-rock heard on previous outings. Such is the case with their more than nine-minute take on “Mary of Silence,” which appeared on Mazzy Star’s great 1993 LP, So Tonight That I Might See. Compare JEFF the Brotherhood’s version to the original at the bottom of the page.
The Orrall brothers recorded Global Chakra Rhythms while Wasted on the Dream was temporarily shelved after Warner Bros. dropped the duo in February. In addition to “Mary of Silence,” they’ve also shared “Radiating Fiber Plane.”
The Nashville rockers have already sold out the special color-vinyl editions of Global Chakra Rhythms, but they will restock the album in black vinyl on the day of its release. Get more details at the Infinity Cat website.