Larkin Poe – Kindred Spirits – Album Review

Need a new chilled album to listen to?  Try a bit of country with Larkin Poe.

 

Larkin Poe

Larkin Poe are a Grammy Award winning sister duo of Rebecca and Megan Lovell.

They found themselves at home instead of touring and have performed allot over the internet instead.  This meant allot of live stream concerts and added more tracks to their much-love Youtube Covers Series (with 202k Followers on Youtube).

 

Kindred Spirits

They created Kindred Spirits (a covers album) due to what was happening in the world in 2020. They transformed their year into a year of reflection.  They looked back and pushed their own signature onto classic tracks of the past.

 

Track List with Our Thoughts

Hellhound On My Trail – Quick Intro to it all.

Fly Away – Slowed down and more down to earth.

Rockin’ In The Free World – A little story in the song to intrigue the listener. Good hook lyric and good harmonies.

(You’re The) Devil In Disguise – Feels very Dolly Parton in a weird way. You will get hooked in by the vocals.

In The Air Tonight – Good changeup to the Phil Collins Version. More focus on guitars compared to the drums in the original.

Nights In White Satin – Chill vibe with good guitar riffs, love it!!

Who Do You Love – Up beat!! A good mid point track when you listen to the album through.

Take What You Want – The vocal combo is terrific, it pushes the lyrics into your soul.  Feels like a heartbreak song.

Ramblin’ Man – Chill Tune, love the guitar.

Bell Bottom Blues –  Continues the Chill.

Crocodile Rock – Good changeup to the original. Good finale to the album.

 

Overall

They rock a very melodic and laid back sound which is great to hear.  We might not of heard of Larkin Poe before but we are glad we heard of them now.

5/5 Rating – We will definitely be adding several tracks to our chillout playlists and will be listening to the Album again in the future.

 

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