The Drinkard Sisters
Americana, neo-country, indie-twang, melody-centric music
The blood harmonies of Bonnie and Caitlin Drinkard have been described as other-worldly, honeyed, supernatural, powerful, elemental. Performing around the Detroit music scene for nearly a decade, both as an acoustic duo and as backing vocalists with the Craig Brown Band (Third Man Records), the Drinkard Sisters are ready to share their gospel of Cosmic Americana with the masses on their debut album, Enough Already. Produced, mixed, and mastered by veteran Detroit producer Warren Defever (His Name is Alive, Iggy and the Stooges, Yoko Ono, Thurston Moore) Enough Already keeps the harmonies at the forefront while the band lays down colorful layers that carry the Drinkards’ introspective songs into a twangy, psychedelic dream world. Between fuzzed out guitar riffs, hot pedal steel licks from The Scrappers’ Pete Ballard, and the drone of Defever’s Mellotron, Enough Already blurs the lines between Americana, psych-folk and indie-twang.