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Love this band!!!

When I first heard this band they warmed up for Rod Stewart. I wasn't expecting much and thought "let's get through this first act and on with the show!" Boy was I wrong. I would have definitely paid the price to see them alone. They have a plaintive quality that reminds me of Bono. It was surprising to find out that they are from Australia. Abraham is a wonderful song.

An intensely beautiful record

Original, lush, and stunningly beautiful the Kin's Rise and Fall is a masterpiece beyond form or fashion. If you have a soul, a mind, a heart you will love this record.

The kin! <3

I met you guys, I'm Lara's friend. I'm so so glad you're on iTunes!! I'm totally buying your album. Come see me sometime soon!

Biography

Formed: 2001 in New York City, NY

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s

Formed in New York City in 2001 as an acoustic duo by Australian brothers Isaac and Thorry Koren, the Kin play a heady blend of '90s Brit-pop, soulful alternative rock, and radio-ready introspection which has earned the siblings a devoted following up and down the Eastern Seaboard. Raised in Adelaide in the cradle of a musically supportive household, the brothers studied jazz and vocal techniques from the age of ten, collaborating on their first song in their late teens. After relocating to the Big...
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