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The Barr Brothers album Queens of the Breakers is a mixed bag of feels. The band spans genres and emotion, moving seemingly without direction around a space that is gentle on the ears, tickling the listener’s curiosity.

Genres are blended in this musical space, creativity and soul take centre pulling chunks into themselves in a continuous motion. In the space one bleeds into another, becomes another defying the listeners ability to pull them apart. They are all part of an intention, absorbed by the band and reproduced intangibly.

Overall the energy has a folk tinge, an accepting vibe that brings the others together, calling out to fellow souls both creative and vulnerable.

This album is a subtle communion between their listener and their surroundings, connecting them to themselves and all others past and present.

★★★1/2