The album begins with the nostalgic country duet between Brandon and his wife Edith Freni on "When You Don't Fight," which feels like it has the perfect chemistry of energy and harmonies to start things off with a fun, exciting song to sing along to. Darlin' Brando delivers even more southern swagger with the steady pace of the country rocker "Therapy," while "Weeds & Flowers" is a sweet, gentle, folk-sounding ballad. Brandon's friend, A.J. Croce (son of Jim Croce) lends a hand on the classic Sun Records sounding, early rock and roll vibe of "Last Call," before Darlin' Brando finish up his new eight-song album with the strumming acoustic tale of "The Old Man And The Kid." To find out more about Darlin' Brando and his latest release "Also, Too...," please visit brndngldstn.wixsite.com/darlinbrando.