Our Song of the Day is I’m Not For Everyone by Brothers Osborne off their third studio album, Skeletons. Comprised of brothers T.J. and John, the duo recently performed the track, as well as Dead Man’s Curve, at the 56th ACM Awards, where they were also nominated for ‘Duo of the Year’ and Skeletons for ‘Album of the Year.’
Written by Brothers Osborne, along with Luke Dick and Natalie Hemby, the track also features John, who is the band’s lead instrumentalist of the group, on lead vocals in the second verse.
T.J. says, “We love the message, it certainly rings true for us. We didn’t realise how much it would resonate with a lot of other people. At the time when we got finished with it, we didn’t think that it was going to be one of the songs in the running for a single and then there were so many people responding to it and requesting it on our socials … because we haven’t been able to perform it live!”
The performance of I’m Not For Everyone comes days after Brothers Osborne released their affecting new single, Younger Me, in which T.J. addresses his younger self after recently coming out as gay.
Brothers Osborne have released three studio albums to date, and seven country top 40 singles. They have won four CMA Awards, five ACM Awards and been nominated for seven Grammys.
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