The gossamer-winged Irish folk pop duo SAINT SISTER recently release their debut EP Madrid which we described as “soft and yielding [in texture] … like twin leopards travelling with caution after unsuspecting prey — ”
Their unforgettable sounds are a fight between electronic glitches and ambrosial harps — all embroidered with profoundly personal lyrics — it’s a combination that Gemma Doherty and Morgan MacIntyre refer to as “atmosfolk.”
Now they issue a brand new video – Blood Moon – we had a listen:
Hum and heather. The natural tone of the windswept cliffs… and in the distance there’s the distraught pitter-patter of drums…
The clicketty rhythms are cleverly concealed within voice and pace. And the harmonies are oh-so feather-light.
This runs like dandelion smoke, drifting. Left to free to fly, and airily rising into the mountain air.