Brother Elsey has signed with River House Artists. The indie rock quartet has also released two new tracks, “Passing Through” and “Babylon,” available now.
The band, comprised of brothers Brady Stabelin (vocals and guitar), Beau Stabelin (bass) and Jack Stablein (lead guitar) as well as honorary kin Dalton Thomas (drums), is named for the brothers’ great-grandfather, Elsey. Hailing from Detroit, they’ve climbed the ranks one self-written song, self-produced EP, and self-booked tour at a time, and are heading out on a fall tour with opening slots for Boy Named Banjo and co-headlining dates with Charleston-bred indie rock band Susto.
“We are excited to start this new era of Brother Elsey with music we’ve never been more proud to share,” says Brady Stablein. “This feels like an arrival of sorts and we’re so happy to have signed with River House Artists to help bring our story and our songs to fruition. ‘Passing Through’ and ‘Babylon’ are just the start.”
“We are so thrilled to have Brother Elsey with us at River House Artists,” says Lynn Oliver-Cline, Founder & Owner of River House Artists. “These new releases are a testament to the band’s unwavering dedication to their craft and their continuous pursuit of musical excellence. We can’t wait to help this band bring their music to a wider audience and continue to help nurture their exceptional talent.”