Atlas Genius: Meet the Australian Duo Behind 'Trojans' and 'Molecules'

The brothers released their new album today. Here’s what you need to know.

— -- Maybe you remember Atlas Genius’s song “Trojans” from a 2013 episode of “Grey’s Anatomy.” Or, maybe you saw the band open for Imagine Dragons at some point in the last few years.

Maybe you don’t know them at all -- but now is the perfect time to get acquainted, because the band’s second album, “Inanimate Objects,” drops today.

“This album is a lot darker, a bit more aggressive than the first one,” lead singer Keith Jeffery told ABC News. “One of the big focuses was, ‘If we were performing this live, where would we want to go?’”

Formed in November 2009 by Jeffery, 33, and his two brothers, Michael, 31, and Steve, who has since left the band, the first thing the band members created was their own studio to write and record music. They also had to come up with a name. In the end, they settled on Atlas Genius, which was partially inspired by the brothers’ love of folk tales.

“Music is for me,” Jeffery said, “is the most present and connected I ever feel.”