Brothers Osborne’s newest album, “Port Saint Joe,” was released Friday, less than a week after the Maryland natives won two Academy of Country Music Awards.
“Port Saint Joe” is the country group’s second record, following their debut album “Pawn Shop.” (Listen to the album on Spotify here.)
“After years of writing, traveling, playing and evolving we’re finally releasing new music,” John Osborne said in a statement. “This music, tracked in a beach house in Florida, is a sonic representation of the road we’ve been traveling.”
The album comes just after the duo, originally from Anne Arundel County, took home two ACM awards Sunday night. John and TJ Osborne won Vocal Duo of the Year for the second straight year and an award for Video of the Year for “It Ain’t My Fault.”
Their new album has received wide praise from publications including Rolling Stone, the New York Times and the Tennessean.
“On their new album ‘Port Saint Joe,’ out Friday, they never let up, stretching out even further as players and cementing their status as a band essential to the vitality of today's country music,” Joseph Hudak wrote for Rolling Stone.
The band will perform their current single “Shoot Me Straight” on the “Late Show with Stephen Colbert” on Monday.
Their tour dates include an April 28 show at the Stagecoach Festival in Indio, Calif., followed by a U.K. tour in early May. Later this spring, the Brothers Osborne will return home to Maryland, kicking off the Mountain High Tour with Dierks Bentley May 17 at Merriweather Post Pavilion in Columbia.