© Rob Greig
Unintentionally hilarious quartet from Slough whose name – a blatant homage to Oasis – is as derivative as their music. In attempting to recreate the glory days of mid-'90s Britpop they've come up with a startlingly revisionist sound that recalls nothing so much as Mansun and The Seahorses, although Brother's 'attitude', a steal from the Gallagher bumper book of preposterous swaggering and boastfulness seems to be turning heads.