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Sounds Like: Natalie Merchant, Medication Club, Zero Project, Carbon Based Life Forms
Label: Little Dragon Studio
Bio: In 2007, Jillian picked up a guitar and started writing songs. Soon after she and husband Jim Graham and Steve Torgerson formed a folk-pop band. They have played all over and as far east as Jill's native country Seoul Korea where Jillian was asked to sing the Korean National Anthem for the 2010 ...See Full Bio
“What instantly apparent is they don’t rely on any single style. Folk, rock, pop & blues all play their part, and Graham’s rich alto voice provides a continuous tread throughout the album’s 14 tracks. She’s certainly unafraid to wear her heart on her sleeve, and it’s this vulnerability and openness, combined with a lyrical lightness of touch that provides much of their appeal. That and some fine chops – the band all provide superb support, propelling the songs along in a most agreeable fashion. Highlights are plenteous: “Some Days” comes out of the traps slow and purposeful, and when the band kicks in it’s big grins all round, and the more demonstrative may feel the need for an air punch. “You Mean the World to Me” is just a delight, and when Graham’s singing songs for her parents, “Find Me” and “I Wish for You”, she hits emotional highs while cleverly avoiding the mush. They’ve yet to make it to the UK, but on the evidence of their debut recording, I”
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