Wildwood Kin - Turning Tides

Published Monday 3rd September 2018
Wildwood Kin - Turning Tides
Wildwood Kin - Turning Tides

STYLE: Roots/Acoustic
RATING 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8
OUR PRODUCT CODE: 168097-26379
LABEL: Silvertone
FORMAT: Digital Only Album

Reviewed by Dave Brassington

Wildwood Kin are an indie/Americana/folk trio from Exeter in Devon comprising of two sisters, Beth and Emillie Key and their cousin Meghann Loney. The music is a mix of their own original songs with a few covers. Their voices evoke an almost mystical sound as they accompany themselves on a range of acoustic instruments. My best description would be something similar to the popular female trio I'm With Her, but somewhat more heavy, almost a bit rocky at times. "Steady My Head" is the sort of clever modern type lyric which you could perhaps understand in different ways. After a few plays the album becomes quite addictive and if you are prepared to make the effort to listen to such as "Cold Wind Blows", an evocative other worldly atmosphere is conveyed. The more you hear it the more intriguing it becomes. Aimed at the increasingly crowded Americana scene, clearly Wildwood Kin have the talent to find their own niche.

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Sample Track Listing:
1. The Author [Listen]
2. Run [Listen]
3. Dove [Listen]
4. Steady My Heart [Listen]
5. Circumstance [Listen]
6. Warrior Daughter [Listen]
7. Hold On [Listen]
8. Taking A Hold [Listen]
9. On And On [Listen]
10. The Valley [Listen]
11. Turning Tides [Listen]

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