It's never good to cross an Australian Celtic band. They're feisty fellows. Gritty Britpop group Viva Brother - until a few weeks ago, just named Brother - found that out the hard way when a fairly unknown group from Down Under named Brother sued them over the shared name. The UK band was forced to change its name, adding the "Viva" after developing buzz both across the pond and in the U.S.

It's never good to cross an Australian Celtic band. They're feisty fellows. Gritty Britpop group Viva Brother - until a few weeks ago, just named Brother - found that out the hard way when a fairly unknown group from Down Under named Brother sued them over the shared name. The UK band was forced to change its name, adding the "Viva" after developing buzz both across the pond and in the U.S.

The name change shouldn't set the Oasis-like group of lads back for long. In part thanks to the earworm "Darling Buds of May," they're garnering plenty of attention on their American tour, which stops at the Wex on Monday. Kitten and 1, 2, 3 will open.