Despite it being the first show of their debut U.S. tour, the Lost Brothers appeared to be anything but lost as they commandeered the stage at the Berklee Performance Center on this past Tuesday (9/18). The two Ireland natives play rustic folk music with simple lyrics that anyone can easily connect to. As an opening act, everyday-type songs allow them to connect to the audience and make a lasting impression. Simplicity was certainly a continuous theme in their show as the two “brothers” performed solely with their two guitars, kept the talking to a minimum, and delivered catchy tunes that could relax the most stressed-out of students on a fair Tuesday evening. For a duo that has made a living playing in bars with sawdust-covered floors across the pond, one can’t help but be impressed with their ability to take control of the stage in a packed Berklee Performance Center, and fill the room with their rolling melodies and soothing songs. Their latest album, The Passing of the Night is available on 9/25, and a must have for folk heroes everywhere. I’ve shared a video of “Last Day on the Job” below, though not off their latest album the video is an excellent illustration of their roots-folk style in action.