“There’s something timeless about the dark rolling melodies of Brother Nothing’s woodsy rock and rasping Americana,” wrote Phoenix Saloon’s Ross Fortune of the gruff, yet tender sound of singer-songwriter Josh Field and Brother Nothing. “I’m blessed,” says Field, calling his young band’s success a collaborative effort. Influenced by everything from country and rock to soul, blues, and reggae, the band’s wide-ranging style comes through in its first full-length album, All In My Mind (February 5, 2016). A display of honest writing talent by Field, these songs will put listeners at ease (“Morning Shade”) and leave them taken aback (“Cold, Cold Ground”). Other highlights include the title track, “All In My Mind,” and “Hippie,” an homage to love and the hypocrisy of denying it. Field will be hitting the road in June for a two week tour up to Washington DC and back. In the meantime look for Brother Nothings' debut on Balcony TV in coming weeks.