My Double, My Brother is an alternative indie band based out of Los Angeles. After meeting in college and playing together in their school's music conservatory, the band started rehearsing at an old church in Whittier. They soon moved into a house in Fullerton to record their debut album What We Found Beneath the Ground and self-released the record in March 2011. After a warm reception, many gigs—including an opening slot for mewithoutYou—and a successful Kickstarter campaign, My Double, My Brother released Infinite Line EP and started recording their follow-up LP with producer Jon O’Brien in Orange County at the Music Box. The band released their sophomore LP Shelves in February 2015.
After two of the members moved away, My Double, My Brother continues to work on music as a trio.