Beautifully harmonic folk from this pair of siblings who craft lonesome American choruses that sound equally at home alone in the forest as they would on bygone vaudeville stages. Lindsay and Alexis Powell's voices intertwine and play off one another in that special way that only two members of the same family can achieve. On Come Arrow Come they wind and twist their way through breezy Americana with a touch dark maudlin wistfulness, choral folk that haunts like the ghost of forgotten yesterdays and just a bit of pure carefree pop. Somehow though, it all seems to fit into the same wicker basket; held fast at the arm of the sisters as they wander down the endless mossy trails that inhabit their imaginations. Of course folk of this caliber could only end up one place, another feather in the cap of Language of Stone. If you aren't on board there I can't imagine what you could be waiting for. My only gripe with the house of Stone is that music this fine aches for vinyl. I'll just have to keep my fingers crossed for now.

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Blogger Mark Schoneveld said...

Thanks for these gems. Language of Stone is indeed doing some great things!

2:18 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

hear hear

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Blogger sparkledarkle said...

Beautiful music

5:40 AM  

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