It has been four long years since the family Eisley released an album. The three sisters in the band each endured a breakup in the interim, and have mined their emotions for catharsis, producing a beautiful collection of heartfelt songs. Singer/keyboardist Stacy DuPree shines on songs like “Watch It Die” and “Oxygen Mask,” laying down some lovely piano work and harmony vocals on some of the band’s best songwriting yet. The Valley is sure to please longtime fans and entice quite a few new ones. (Equal Vision | eisley.com)
Pink And Noseworthy New Songs Classic Keys
The music of Pink and Noseworthy is rooted in classic ’60s and ’70s pop, yet it exists in a universe all its own, a seductive and lush melodic world that radiates a timeless presence, wrapped in a sparkling veneer of quality and fidelity. The band consists of Ran Pink, sister Shanee Pink, and multi-instrumentalist Mark Noseworthy (hence the band’s offbeat name). Ran sat down to give us some insight into his life and the path that led to the creation of Pink and Noseworthy’s new album, Twice.