10 Songs, 37 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Mastered for iTunes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Mastered for iTunes
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Ratings and Reviews

4.1 out of 5

12 Ratings

12 Ratings

The tremolo can sometimes shake me up...

JamesWWIII

"Hourglass" is yet another beautiful song by the talented sisters from Indiana. Can't wait to hear the rest of the album in February, and hope they stop in or near Columbia, SC so I can see Lily & Madeleine perform their new material and past favorites.

I'd rather acoustic

BrianSwaldi

Their vocals are so amazing that most of their album songs feel obscured by the needless instrumentals. It's so rare that singers are so good that less is more. I'll wait for the acoustic versions of these tunes.

Acoustic Is Better

WhiteTiger82

I like the album still, with hourglass being my favorite track on it, but their acoustic songs are still better in my opinion, and I'd love to hear them come out with acoustic versions of some of these songs. In all, I still prefer their other albums, but even in this one, you can see their talent. Love you guys so much, keep creating music❤️

About Lily & Madeleine

Specializing in ethereal, introspective indie folk in the vein of artists like First Aid Kit and Fleet Foxes (with just a touch of Taylor Swift), Indianapolis, Indiana-based siblings Lily and Madeleine Jurkiewicz first caught the public's attention with a black-and-white D.I.Y. video for their first original song, "In the Middle," which garnered over half a million YouTube hits. The precocious teenagers' rich harmonies and penchant for crafting timeless melodies eventually led them to Asthmatic Kitty Records, where they enlisted the aid of producer Paul Mahern and bassist/songwriter Kenny Childers (Gentleman Caller) to help put the finishing touches on their debut EP, early 2013's The Weight of the Globe. The duo's eponymous debut long-player arrived later that autumn. In 2014 the sisters entered the studio to record their more expansive sophomore album, Fumes, which was released later that year. Their third full-length, Keep It Together, continued in the direction of more complex arrangements without disturbing the directness of the duo's vocal delivery. With Mahern again in the producer's chair, it was issued via New West Records in early 2016. ~ James Christopher Monger

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