Absolutely beautiful song, a must see band for Sunday surrounded by the Coachella Valley scenery. Especially since this song was inspired by Gram Parsons who loved and was cremated at nearby Joshua Tree. Possibly a Gram Parsons listening whiskey pre party last day of Coachella 2012?
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I almost slept on this band. Must see early act Sunday! Magical vocals. They remind me a little of Eisley, except better.
Because they're sisters and sing two part harmony?
the busy bee has no time for sorrow.
This song has been rolling around in my head for some time now. I know there's so many great acts on Sunday, but for me they are a band that is a must see despite any conflicts that might occur during their set. In my mind they're right behind ATDI, Justice, and Flo as far as most anticipated goes that day.
Everyone's a Photographer
Which album is that Fever Ray cover on?
I really like their music, but my god their set was fucking boring the two times I've seen them.
EDIT- It's not that it's boring, it all just starts blending in(sorta like Tallest Man on Earth). It starts out great, but after a couple songs you can't wait to see something else.
In that case, hopefully they start with Emmylou, so I can get the fuck out of there after hearing it
Definitely on my list for this year!
KROQKEN just wants to jerk off to their looks . He doesn't really like them.
I'm really into First Aid Kit right now. If you like them, are you listening to Lissie and Laura Marling, too? I can't wait to see all these broads.
One of the most beautiful things I've ever heard.
Great to hear, looking forward to their set Sunday
SO GOOD. Provided a much needed detox from being trapped in the Sahara tent all day Saturday...such a mistake.
their set was lovely - so beautiful! some of the a capella harmonies were astoundingly gorgeous! Loved Ghost Town.
bummed i missed this but i just couldnt drag myself to the field that early on sunday. i'll do my best to catch em weekend 2