12 Songs, 35 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

On this zesty and imaginative holiday release, The Living Sisters blend voices on brassy yuletide rockers (“Baby Wants a Basketball for Christmas”), wintertime postcards from the heartland (“Kadoka, South Dakota”) and faux-sweet memos to Santa (“Skip the Sugar [Good Girl]”) with a blend of slyness and good cheer. The L.A. folk-pop trio’s witty originals are interspersed with luminous readings of favorites like “Jingle Bells” and “Silver Bells." Taken together, Harmony Is Real: Songs for a Happy Holiday brings a smile to the most jaded lips with its silken vocalizing, crisp arrangements, and playful ambiance.

EDITORS’ NOTES

On this zesty and imaginative holiday release, The Living Sisters blend voices on brassy yuletide rockers (“Baby Wants a Basketball for Christmas”), wintertime postcards from the heartland (“Kadoka, South Dakota”) and faux-sweet memos to Santa (“Skip the Sugar [Good Girl]”) with a blend of slyness and good cheer. The L.A. folk-pop trio’s witty originals are interspersed with luminous readings of favorites like “Jingle Bells” and “Silver Bells." Taken together, Harmony Is Real: Songs for a Happy Holiday brings a smile to the most jaded lips with its silken vocalizing, crisp arrangements, and playful ambiance.

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