JR Green – Scottish Fiction Session Videos

Posted by Ross Crae

JR Green Scottish Fiction Session
There’s just something about siblings making music together isn’t there?  JR Green consist of brothers Jacob and Rory, originally from the Highland village Strontian, but now taking their blend of folk and indie across Scotland and beyond.  The brothers joined me in the studio to chat about the success of their EP Bring Me The Witch Doctor and share their music.

Below are videos for the tracks Nigerian Princess, The Gentleman’s Apocolypse, and For The Wild which were recorded at Pulse 98.4 as part of JR Green‘s Scottish Fiction Session.  To hear the full show, including interview, check out the Scottish Fiction Radio Show for 10th February 2016.





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