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One downfall...

Erica's voice is mesmerizing, and the way the bring the entire song together is so beautiful. It is heartbreaking knowing that you can't hold on to something so beautiful forever. The EP is absolutely awesome. The only downfall is that it is so short!!! The EP is such a tease. I love Blondfire. Awesome stuff.


Beautiful music, beautiful lyrics, and a beautiful voice, it's a shame all music isn't like this. Less rocking than their other recorded work, but well worth a listen. This band is so dynamic and this EP is perfect fireside company for a cold snowy day. A+

A good effort

This CD, though short, is definitely worth the money. It's only 4 tracks long, which is a bit disappointing. I check back on this artist a lot to look for a new release, and my excitement at the appearance of this was cut down a bit by the length. But enough about that. The tracks themselves are written very well, and the vocals are stellar. I always feel like in their live performances, the songs come across a little sad, on account of the vocals. That doesn't detract from the beauty of the individual pieces, but on a christmas album it is slightly sub-par. On the whole, very nice job to Blondfire!


Formed: 2005 in Grand Rapids, MI

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Michigan indie rock outfit Blondfire was created by sibling pair, Erica and Bruce Driscoll. Previously known as Astaire, the brother-and-sister duo changed their name to Blondfire in order to avoid any potential legal hassles from the iconic actor's estate. Though their name had changed, they kept the band's sound the same, sticking with the dreamy and sweet electronic-tinged pop that brought to mind the Cardigans and Metric. They signed briefly with EMI in 2006, but left the label before finishing...
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