In case there’s any doubt, let me just say, they’re pretty damn good, and anyone at the Echo found out. Call it roots music, indie Americana, bluegrass-inspired folk rock, alt-country, whatever. It’s moody, it’s catchy and you can sway, dance and sing along to it.
Founder and frontwoman Morgan Nagler’s voice soars and cracks in the most sexy of ways; brothers Tod and Casey Wisenbaker bring those strummin’ and pickin’ roots a-comin’ on guitar and bass; and drummer Vanesa Corbala colors in haunting shades with her background vocals. If you don’t already have it, buy this L.A. band’s sophomore album for a new take on old-time music ... and see what all the whispering is about.