While growing up in his native Houston, singer/songwriter Brady Brock found himself following punk's hard edge. He joined a band called the Grimple Twins and began playing bass and guitar. By the time he finished college, Brock had already traded his southern roots for the New York City way of life. He developed a fondness for the basic acoustic and started writing songs. Mixing indie-pop stylings with a dash of emo, he released I Will Live in You Where Your Heart Used to Be on his own label, Feel Records in March 2002. Critics praised the record, giving Brock the motivation to continue with his songcraft. A year later he returned with the melodic storm, Warm American Sweater. Collaborations with Tim Rutili (Red Red Meat/Califone), Tobias Kuhn (Miles), Patrick Berkery (Bigger Lovers), David Clement, Erin Hall, Brian McTear (Bitter, ...
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Warm American Sweater 2003 Warm American Sweater
 
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I Will Live in You Where Your Heart Used to Be 2002 I Will Live in You Where Your Heart Used to Be
 
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