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The band The Brother Kite was founded in 2002. Before coming to fame, the band got it’s start in Providence. Generally, music journalists would define The Brother Kite’s style within the genre/s of alternative rock, and other rock music.

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Televise

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What Genre is The Brother Kite?

The Brother Kite genre is not easily defined. Music magazines and journalists have different opinions on a clearly defined genre for The Brother Kite. However, many describe the style within the genre/s of alternative rock, and other rock music.

Similar music like The Brother Kite includes artists and songs like Televise, Rumskib, Sciflyer, Thrushes, Experimental Aircraft, A Shoreline Dream, Daydream Nation, Electro Group, Relay, Heavïness, Silver Screen, She Sir, The Sleepover Disaster, The Sky Drops, Raymond Scott Woolson, The Voices,