January 5, 2011 22:00

Brother: 'We want to be the biggest band in the world' – video

Band speak to NME about their plans for the year

Brother: 'We want to be the biggest band in the world' – video

Photo: Roger Sargent/NME

Brother have spoken to NME about their ambitions for the year ahead.

Watch the new video interview with the band on the right of your screen now.

In the video singer Lee Newell sets out his lofty goals, saying that he wants the Slough quartet "to be the biggest band in the world".

The group also spoke about their debut album, which they are recording with Blur producer Stephen Street and hope to release in September this year.

"It's sounding good. I think any of the songs could be singles," Newell said.

Brother are on the cover of this week's issue of NME, out nationwide now. The issue showcases our pick of the new acts on course to make waves in 2011, including The Vaccines, Anna Calvi, Wu Lyf and James Blake.

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