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Album Review

Up All Night by Australian folk-pop group the Waifs is a sort of overly sensitive lite-folk fare, though it is not without its charm. The music is played well enough, with nice harmonies from sisters Vikki and Donna Simpson. The acoustic guitars are mixed with a bright shine, and the same might be said for many of the lyrics, which are filled with familiar imagery and clichés. A few stand-out songs include the disc's opener, "Fisherman's Daughter," and one of the disc's several obligatory road songs, "London Still."

Biography

Formed: 1992 in Albany, Australia

Genre: Singer/Songwriter

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

Originally performing Bob Dylan covers in and around bars in their native Australia, the sister duo of Vicki and Donna Simpson were known as COLOURS. Formed in 1992 and touring constantly in their homeland, the pair hooked up with Josh Cunningham during a stop in August 1992. A year later, they changed their name to the WAiFS. From there, the group released a cassette of original material but decided to head for Melbourne, the mecca of Australian music. A loyal following and hectic touring pace resulted...
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