Brooklyn Brothers‘ sound combines poignant but twee folk with, as front man Ryan O’Nan describes in a NY Times interview, cheery children’s toy instruments that “you got for Christmas in the ’80s, you played for an hour, and then you shoved under your bed for the rest of your life.” The result, like the similarly hybrid film, is “a little bit melancholic, but hopeful.” If you wish to bring Brooklyn Brothers to a venue near you, let us know! We have already started setting up free film screenings and will continue to do so in the weeks to come. Many stations have already shared this quirkily delightful film with their community to great response. As previously mentioned, the accompanying album, Brooklyn Brothers: The Album, which features songs from the film along with a few equally charming additions, goes for chart debuts this week. You can check out Rolling Stone‘s premiere of the album’s opening track “Come on Girl” here.