Sisters Beth and Emillie Key and cousin Meg Loney, all dressed in red and black, were joined for the session by a guitarist/bassist to add depth to the sound, according to a Sony executive.
“We can’t wait to release this album in October. We’re stoked.” enthused Meg Loney. The trademark harmonies shine as brightly as ever and there’s a rocky edge with Loney’s enthusiastic drum work.
Tracks played were Headed For The Water, Never Alone about the solidarity you feel for someone that has been through a hard time, Time Has Come and Beauty In Your Brokenness, inspired by Kintsugi – the Japanese method of mending broken pottery with gold, showing that something broken can be put back together and look even more beautiful.
The trio then stepped forward to perform a beautiful version of their song The Valley with no amplification and minimal guitar from Emillie Key. Three to watch.
Words and Live Photo by Chaz Brooks