Viva Brother

Viva Brother are a Brit pop revivalist band from Slough who formed as emo group Kill the Arcade and then Wolf Am I before settling on the name Brother in 2010. They were forced to change their name to Viva Brother in 2011 due to a name clash with an Australian Celtic rock group. Viva Brother released their first LP on Geffen in 2011, helmed by Blur, The Smiths and Morrissey producer Stephen Street. The band broke up in 2012 (reforming as a synth pop group called Love Life) and reunited in 2017 releasing their second LP 'II' and two singles 'Womankind' and 'I Don't Wanna Be Loved'.

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