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Unique album

This is the second First Aid Kit album I have bought (Stay Gold was my first). While I like Stay Gold, I find that this album "stands out" more. I originally bought it due to my love of the song "Winter is All Over You," but since I have discovered "Ghost Town" and "Heavy Storm." The ladies' voices are truly unique, and I enjoy their folk aesthetic. Would definitely recommend.

It ends here

Only good album they have outside of the druken trees ep. And I'm saying this as of 2015

Favourite!

This album of First Aid Kit has my three favourite songs of theirs. Ghost Town, Josefin, and Heavy Storm. I cannot get enough of these songs!

Biography

Formed: 2007 in Enskede, Sweden

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s, '10s

First Aid Kit are a Swedish duo comprising sisters Johanna and Klara Söderberg, whose vocal harmonies and woodsy, folk-influenced songwriting take influence from the likes of Fleet Foxes and Joanna Newsom. Hailing from suburban Enskede, the siblings began composing songs as young teenagers in 2007. The home-recorded "Tangerine" enjoyed airplay on Swedish radio later that summer, and the debut EP Drunken Trees helped expand the girls' audience upon its release in April 2008. The London-based Wichita...
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