Strings and redheads

Ever since PJ Harvey used banjos in her hypnotically wonderful song Sixteen, Fifteen, Fourteen in the album A Man A Woman Walked by, I’ve been acquiring quite a taste for string instruments, especially when they’re used in surprising ways.

Today I came across a new indie band from the USA who play exactly the music I’ve been digging. Here’s Saintseneca:

Add a red-headed singer to the mix and I’m all in love.

I always fall for things that aren’t easy to get.

In time: PJ is about the release a new record. I can’t wait.


One response to “Strings and redheads

  1. adoro seu site! fiquei em sao paulo e minas gerais por um tempao, e fico viajando entre o brasil o os eua, e sempre falo sobre as diferencas entre o brasil de verdade e o brasil de midia. infelizmente, as pessoas nao podem separar o que ja pensam e a realidade que esta em frente dos olhos . . .

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