To call Brandon a child prodigy would be an understatement of mass proportions as he has been milking the sweet nectar of music from the teat of life ever since spontaneously appearing in his momma's womb. He was playing intricate guitar licks even before his hands finished forming using only his umbilical chord and writing compositions by tapping out complicated rhythms on the uterus wall.
Shortly after being born, Brandon began performing out live to rave reviews. His unique brand of pop spoke to people. Plus, those dimples! Favorites include ‘Boo boo’, ‘I Like Pee’, and ‘Hungry!’ but it was the haunting ‘Potty Training' that drove him to the top of the charts. A string of hits followed. The dance sensation ‘Binky’ remained at number one on the Billboard charts for 42 straight weeks.
Then Brandon entered into the darkest part of his life when his gerbil "Munchers" unexpectedly died. After penning the mournful ‘Ode to Munchers’, the grief-stricken Brandon dropped out of the spotlight. Nothing was heard of him until just last year when rumors began circulating that he was working on a new album.
And work on it, he did. Brandon’s new songs have a more mature sound although he stays true to the pop sensibilities that he once had. 'Sunday a.m.' has an adult feel that will amaze and delight his audience while 'Paper Wings' harkens us back to the 'Potty Training' days. 'Burning the Days' is sung with such unfocused rage that one can’t help but make comparisons to such greats as "The Conspiracy of Overtly Bionic Dogs" and "Wackily Wack Wack".
But Brandon’s sound, as always, remains his own. As evidenced with the daunting 'Afterglow' and the deliciously enigmatic 'Juliet '(who is this "Juliet"? What does she want?), and the robustly heartbreaking 'Let Me Sleep'.
Brandon’s new album 'Release' will only be available in the most exclusive of stores, and you probably will not be able to procure it. Rest assured, however, it is a work of genius of such magnitude that the very heavens weep with the pleasure of experiencing even a single drop of this implausible man’s inconceivable talent.