Saturday, August 24, 2013

Sing, Sing a Song Saturday

I started doing what I call Sing, Sing a Song Saturday.  I'm going to post one song on Saturdays that the boys or I like. 

The song may be part of a movie, a kid's video or just a song we like. I'll try and include why we like it and/or the history of the song/singer.

Have you every heard of The Paper Kites? I haven't. I found them this week. I think the band is so delightful! They are a folk band out of Australia. What I love is that they have a lot of visuals within their music. Their albums include: Woodland, Young North and States.

The band was formed in 2009 by Sam Bentley and Christina Lacy and consists of Bentley, Lacy, Dave Powys, Josh Bentley and Sam Rasmussen. At the start they found their success online, through listeners spreading their songs and music videos.

Before the formation of The Paper Kites, the current members were close friends. In high school, Sam Bentley and Christina Lacy began writing and playing music together and continued to do so for a few years after high school. They gained some attention by playing in their home town of Melbourne, Australia. 

Source
St. Clarity



Bloom


Check out The Paper Kites website.
Like The Paper Kites on Facebook.
Follow The Paper Kites on Twitter.
Follow The Paper Kites on YouTube.

5 comments:

Optimistic Existentialist said...

I really like that video "Bloom". I haven't heard of them. I shall check out their website.

Masshole Mommy said...

I've never heard of them, but I will definitely check them out.

Theresa said...

I think I may be tuning in too late at night, but these seem very slow going, which I normally like, but I think there's too much of a 70's vibe in the music to get me all gaga over them. Maybe they have other songs that I would like though :)

mail4rosey said...

They've got a soft bluegrassy kind of sound to them. :)

Happy weekend!

My Journey With Candida said...

I have never heard them but I do like them.

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