The Como Brothers Band catch the same pop-rock wave that has put Andy Grammer and American Authors all over Top 40 radio this summer on its new EP "Imagination."
The band, led by Mount Sinai brothers Matt and Andrew Como, have strung together six catchy songs that could easily find their way onto radio today. "Good Enough for Me" rides a laid-back groove across sunny verses to a memorable chorus that becomes an almost instant sing-along.
On "Chemicals," they go for a more alt-pop groove -- one that would sit nicely next to Echosmith or The Neighborhood -- while the piano-driven title track feels a bit more classic.
The Como Brothers Band has shown plenty of promise in the past three years, but with "Imagination" its potential now seems very real.
Como Brothers Band plays 2015 WUSB Benefest at Katie's, 145 W. Main St., Smithtown, on Aug. 23 at 8 p.m. Tickets are $20.
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