LARKIN POE – ” Bleach Blonde Bottle Blues “

Posted: March 21, 2019 in ALBUMS, MUSIC
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Larkin Poe

Venom & Faith is the album from Nashville based sister duo Larkin Poe, released last November. Without basking in nostalgia factor, the band harken back to the hey-day of all guts-and-glory blues-infused rock, melded with the raw-power of modern alt-folk stylings.

With four full-length albums under their belt, the band have cemented their status not only an essential listen for rock fans, but a must-see live act. Larkin Poe have shared the stage with legends like Elvis Costello and Conor Oberst, with Steven Tyler even tapping their talents for a guest spot his debut solo album 2016.

The Atlanta-born sisters Rebecca and Megan Lovell are descendants of celebrated US writer Edgar Allen Poe and have an appropriately gothic feel to their country blues churn and holler. Even the record’s title, taken from a lyric from album track Honey Honey, is intended to conjure a southern gothic image.

The excellently titled Bleach Bottle Blonde Blues is the latest track to be shared from the album – it rattles, stomps and slides into a modern-day depiction of what roots rock should sound like.

Bleach Blonde Bottle Blues is from Larkin Poe’s album “Venom & Faith”, out November 9

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