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I’ve loved The Staves ever since I listened to “Mexico” for the first time. Once I’ve listened to “In The Long Run” and “Icarus” as well, I was hooked. 29 more words


East India Youth, Ham Sandwich & more join Other Voices Electric Picnic 2015 line-up

Other Voices have announced the first batch of artists set to play their stage at this year’s Electric Picnic festival. 

Following Other Voices stellar line-up at last year’s Electric Picnic, the landmark RTÉ music show have now confirmed several acts fro their 2015 stage at Stradbally this September. 111 more words


Day 326 - The Staves

I’m going to keep going on my folk kick for a couple more days if you’ll indulge me (and to be honest, even if you don’t, I’m going to do it anyway). 52 more words

Reflections From Eaux Claires

Once upon a time our voices soured to the skies and clouds, with the birds and the right wind.  Once upon a time our harmonies cradled hearts that were searching for a place to rest on their journey home. 586 more words

Musical Journey

Eaux Claires: 25 Thoughts

This past weekend I had the privilege of attending the Eaux Claires Music and Arts Festival in Eau Claire, Wisconsin. The festival was the brainchild of Justin Vernon (Bon Iver) and Aaron Dessner (The National). 1,907 more words


The Staves' Latest Album an Unexpected Folk Feast

The Staves are a trio of acoustic folk-singing sisters: Jessica, Camilla and Emily Staveley-Taylor. Jessica also plays guitar, while Camilla plays the ukulele and drums. They’ve been part of the indie music scene in their native England since around 2010, when they emerged from performances at open mic nights and in local pubs, and started recording and touring. 464 more words

If I Was by The Staves

Sprawling greenery surrounds you as you tread through massive, unfamiliar woods. You spot a wild hare as it bounds across the forest floor and comes to a sudden halt just a few paces away. 263 more words

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