The Wolff Sisters just do the Americana/folk think perfectly. Their latest single, "Drive," hits in that perfect spot you want from a song from them: It's equal parts down home twang, modern more mainstream folk, and just good old rock music. "Drive" takes the best parts of all three of those styles (the roots of Americana, the pleasant, familiar feel of mainstream country, and the killer guitars of rock) and combines them all into a sound that may not break down walls, but it is all theirs. If this sounds like anything you might like, you'll probably end up loving it.
You can listen to "Drive" below. Queendom of Nothing, the upcoming album from The Wolff Sisters, will be out "soon." For more on The Wolff Sisters, check out their website. If you happen to be in New England, they have a trio of shows this weekend: August 2 at Riverwalk Cafe and Music Bar in Nashua, NH (with Julie Rhodes!), August 3 Live at the Barn in Chaplin, CT, and August 4 at The Porch Southern Fare & Juke Joint in Medford, MA.