Connor Bracken and the Mother Leeds Band announce live streaming show on September 25th 2020

Connor Bracken and the Mother Leeds Band live streaming show 2020 poster
To celebrate the release of their sophomore album “Nightbird Motel” on Friday 25th September, 2020, Connor Bracken and the Mother Leeds Band are taking to the airwaves to play the entire album live from top to bottom. The songs on this album were written to be played live and while the band can’t congregate with you in a crowd, they’ve found another way to bring the show to your home.

CB&MLB have teamed up with the Lampshade sessions crew and the Asbury Park Brewery to create a truly unique home concert experience that will tide you over till they can get back in a sweaty venue together!

The “Album Release Show” will be made available via the band’s YouTube Channel on the release day of the album (Friday September 25 at 4pm EST (9pm UK) till 2am EST and then it will be gone from the internet for a considerable amount of time! Like an actual live gig, you only have one chance to catch this show so get yourself ready!

The album is available to pre-order here. The new single “When the World Stops Turning” is released on Friday September 25th.

The album was recorded at Soundmine Studio, in the mountains of East Stroudsburg, Pennsylvania.

Based in Asbury Park, New Jersey, the same stomping grounds as Bruce Springsteen and Southside Johnny and the Asbury Jukes, MLB is comprised of Connor Bracken (lead vocals, guitar), Rich Seyffart (drums, vocals), Chris Dubrow (bass, vocals), and Jeff Linden (guitar, vocals).

MLB released their first studio album “The Light in the Day” in 2016. Soon after, they spent much of their time touring the eastern states of the USA. In 2001, they released the live album “Wonderful Year”.

The band has received rave reviews for their energetic live shows. While staying true to their blues rock roots, they have become a permanent fixture in today’s rock scene. There is a palpable excitement for this new record waiting to break out. Connor Bracken and The Mother Leeds Band are looking forward to touring the album in 2021.