December 10, 2010

Aunt Martha - "Bloodshot"

"I wanted to crash your party, but I couldn't find your house," sings Tim Noyes, all husky-voiced and bleary-eyed on the song "Bloodshot." It's a funny, intimate and relatable line that drew me into the earthy violin-laced sound of Aunt Martha. The band—a folk trio from New York with one album (Candymaker) under its belt—is now readying the release of their recently finished Bloodshot EP. This is acoustic guitar-driven storytelling, but it's richly shaped with furious drumming, crooning violin and Noyes' highly listenable voice.

Aunt Martha - "Bloodshot" (from Bloodshot EP)

Photo: Leroy Grannis

Candymaker - Aunt Martha

1 comment:

  1. Their drummer is the sexiest kid I have ever seen in my life