The group name really sounds like some horrendous radio talk show that my mom would listen to. Thankfully it is so far away from that drivel. This is really a beautiful, plaintive folk album. Their intertwined vocals are so ethereal and otherworldly that this record seems almost inhuman. The autoharp and acoustic guitar are a nice addition, but it's the vocals only tracks that I could listen to for eternity. All these (new weird) folky fakers currently pedaling they're recycled junk should give this a close listen and see how it's really done.
Gato Libre – Neko (2017)
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