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Dead & Born & Grown

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Tongues Behind their Teeth

Harmonically radiant and beautifully played, a delicately crafted coeval echo... Pleasant distance and a daydream glow intrinsic to the trio's delivery soften subtly brandished derringers and blades, careful not disturb my reverie… I almost wish it weren't so civilized.


Sooo glad they released this album, having some of their first songs on it is a huge plus. Very good buy and glad to see these ladies doing their thing. Beautiful harmony. 5/5

THE STAVES - The Album I've Been Waiting For!

I am a big fan of Mumford and Sons, and I really enjoy music that is natural and harmonious. I heard the song "Winter Trees" and was blown away. The lyrics are deep, the music is overall amazing, and the harmonies are SPECTATULAR. This album has been on repeat all afternoon, and I can say, I am a big fan of The Staves. Very excited to see what these ladies will put out next. But for now, I have "Dead & Born & Grown" and two songs from the Mexico EP. I haven't found a song by them I dislike! This is exactly the kind of music I enjoy. Of course, its not for everyone. (BUT ITS SO GOOD). Its like yummy apple pie. Delicious.


Formed: 2010 in Watford, England

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '10s

Taking a cue from youthful folk revivalists like Laura Marling, Mountain Man, and the Pierces, Watford, England's the Staves blend the wistful cadences of classic British folk with breezy, Laurel Canyon-era Americana. The trio was formed in 2010 around the talents of sisters Emily (vocals), Jessica (vocals/guitar), and Camilla Staveley-Taylor (vocals/ukulele), who made their first recorded appearance as backing vocalists on Tom Jones' 2010 gospel collection Praise & Blame before releasing a pair...
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