"...Baltimore’s The Sterling Sisters, a group that makes some obvious nods to 16 Horsepower and other Old-Testament invoking Goth-country bands. [With their] fiddle, guitar, banjo, drums, and a bassist endowed with a rafter-shaking operatic voice, the sound is full and commanding... They have a knack for the crescendo, taking plaintive country melodies and building them up into full on orchestrated barn-burners. I will admit that the lead singer’s string bow-tie really brings it all full circle for me; he’s like a singing cowboy that comes to you while you’re trippin’ balls." [Kevin Wesser, What Weekly 2012]

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