Brother Moses pumps up the crowd at XL Live in Harrisburg


Indie rock group Brother Moses pumped up the crowd at XL Live in Harrisburg last Thursday night as the opener for COIN. The four-piece band formed at the University of Arkansas and have released two albums and an EP since their start in 2014. Brother Moses performed a seven song setlist, including songs from their albums Desperation Pop and Magnolia. Check out the band’s upcoming tour dates in Pennsylvania, Texas, and Arkansas happening in spring of this year.

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