The Kin - Rise And Fall
Okay, you see the list of similiar artists, so to say don't expect explosions of huge chord changes engulfed in metal, that's an understatement. That being said, The Kin have an enormously relaxing and gorgeous sifter sound.
I say sifter, because truthfully it has a vibe of full and diversified in acoustically blended instrumentation. Violin and digital keyboarding/piano work on Together is a melancholy example of the blend. It's not all bare minimum acoustic stare's, track eight See, is sweet yet funky in its finger fretting. Lot's of harmonies here, like The Great Divide is a terrific vocal duo to begin and is eerily similiar to someone I just can't come up with. Almost like the build up and vocal production of billboard and soundtrack extradonaire artist Seal, The Kin, have an mocking but enjoyable relaxation.
Just two guys on guitar, piano and vocals, The Kin may not be the most explosive sound to hit this site, but there is certainly plenty of definition and passion throughout the album. If you're in the need of a 'turn it on and forget about everything but the harmonies' type album, its worth your purchase.
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