Monday, November 7, 2016

Kingsbury - "Easy"

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When we last heard from Caroline Kingsbury back in 2014, she was known as The Red-Headed Indian and had released an EP we both loved, Honey. It was one of the surpisehits of that year, with a surprisingly great mix of soul and folk. Shortly after that, she decided to drop the moniker of The Red-Headed Indian (a decision I approved of, since I always felt a wee bit awkward saying it), and was going by Kingsbury instead. Looks like besides just the name change, she decided to become more of a band and start collaborating with Will Hess. Gone is the folky sound of The Red-Headed Indian, and in its place is a decided more poppy, electronic sound. It's not a sound you normally associate with a Nashville band, but it's a great one. It's close to dream pop, with this lovely and lilting synth riff (if that's a real thing) throughout. 

You can listen to Kingbury's debut single, "Easy," below. For more information on Kingsbury, check out their website and Facebook.

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