11 Songs, 50 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

When Brad Barr sings, “The dream you dream of falling/Out of the blue, child,” on “You Would Have to Lose Your Mind,” the raw vulnerability of his voice transports us to a hospital bedside. Steady, rhythmic drumming and delicate harp even mimic the almost hypnotic hum of a hospital room. It’s a track that showcases The Barr Brothers’ masterful storytelling: sincere, soulful, and utterly immersive. Weaving tales of forgiveness and family with folk, blues, Americana, and Malian street music, each song on Queens of the Breakers is a new page to turn.

EDITORS’ NOTES

When Brad Barr sings, “The dream you dream of falling/Out of the blue, child,” on “You Would Have to Lose Your Mind,” the raw vulnerability of his voice transports us to a hospital bedside. Steady, rhythmic drumming and delicate harp even mimic the almost hypnotic hum of a hospital room. It’s a track that showcases The Barr Brothers’ masterful storytelling: sincere, soulful, and utterly immersive. Weaving tales of forgiveness and family with folk, blues, Americana, and Malian street music, each song on Queens of the Breakers is a new page to turn.

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