Brothers Osborne Break Barriers & Kick Off Fresh Chapter: 'A New Beginning'

Brothers Osborne returned after nearly three years since releasing new music, debuting their self-titled album on Friday (September 15). The duo — made up of John Osborne and TJ Osborne — created the 11-track collection free from previously-placed barriers to unveil a fourth studio album unlike other projects throughout their career.

The brothers cowrote each of the tracks on the album while teaming up with other powerful songwriters, including Miranda Lambert, Jesse Frasure, Casey Beathard, Mike Elizondo, Kendall Marvel, Corey Crowder and more.

“John and I have really shared so much of our personal lives since the release of Skeletons, and I guess we didn’t realize when we created that there was some sort of barriers there that maybe we didn’t realize and certainly didn’t want there,” TJ said, per the duo’s record label, referencing Brothers Osborne’s last full-length album that released in October 2020. “And this time around, while we didn’t necessarily pointedly or specifically talk about those topics, it was the first time we were able to create without any barriers, and it just made the process a lot more fun. We got to explore a lot more musically in the studio, and we felt like for the first time completely 100% us. And I think, I hope, but I feel that the record reflects that. We thought, usually people do that on their first record, but we thought this is a new beginning for us, so between the change of the producer and a lot of the musicians and stuff, so we just thought this was kind of a fresh thought. So we kind of thought we’re gonna lean in more than we have previously and this us—Brothers Osborne.”

  1. “Who Says You Can’t Have Everything” (John Osborne, TJ Osborne, Casey Beathard)
  2. “Nobody’s Nobody” (John Osborne, TJ Osborne, Mike Elizondo, Kendell Marvel)
  3. “Might As Well Be Me” (John Osborne, TJ Osborne, Corey Crowder, Julian Bunetta)
  4. “Sun Ain’t Even Gone Down Yet” (John Osborne, TJ Osborne, Corey Crowder)
  5. “Goodbye’s Kickin’ In” (John Osborne, TJ Osborne, Lee Miller, Mike Elizondo)
  6. “Love You Too” (John Osborne, TJ Osborne, Jessie Jo Dillon, Jesse Frasure)
  7. “New Bad Habit” (John Osborne, TJ Osborne, Lee Miller)
  8. “We Ain’t Good At Breaking Up” (John Osborne, TJ Osborne, Jesse Frasure, Miranda Lambert)
  9. “Back Home” (John Osborne, TJ Osborne, Lee Miller)
  10. “Ain’t Nobody Got Time For That” (John Osborne, TJ Osborne, Jaren Johnston, Lee Miller)
  11. “Rollercoaster (Forever And A Day)” (John Osborne, TJ Osborne, Jamie Hartman)

“It’s been nearly 3 years since our last album dropped,” Brothers Osborne wrote in a statement on Friday. “A lot of change has happened in our lives and in the world as a whole. As we continue to evolve as people, so does our sound. But through it all, we are still us. For better and for worse at times. We self titled this album as it is the meeting point between who we’ve become, and who we’ve always been. Our music is Big Tent Country. A little something for everyone and everyone’s invited. We thank y’all for your patience, love, and unwavering support. Can’t wait to bring these songs to you out on the road.”

Brothers Osborne previously released a few of the tracks from their new album, including “Nobody’s Nobody,” “Sun Ain’t Even Got Down Yet” and others. Listen to a few of the new Brothers Osborne songs below, and find the full album on iHeartRadio here.

“Who Says You Can’t Have Everything”

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