In this episode, we're featuring a 2015 self-titled release from North Carolina-based The Malpass Brothers: The Malpass Brothers (2015). Sporting pompadours and rhinestone western suits, these two are a throwback to the days when close harmony and traditional country music ruled the airwaves. Many of the songs on this album are well-chosen covers, but there are a few great originals too, which blend in so well with the late 50s/early 60s material you wouldn't know. Highlights include I Met A Friend Of Yours Today (Mel Street), A Death In The Family (Bill Anderson) and Satan And The Saint (The Louvin Brothers) where their brotherly harmonies are on show in exquisite fashion. Endorsed and produced by bluegrass legend Doyle Lawson this is proof that traditional country music lives in the twenty-first century.