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The Milk Carton Kids from the album I Only See the Moon available on Far Cry Records/Thirty Tigers (by Danny McCloskey)
True to their original mission, quieting the sound, creating beautifully melodic moments without beating out the words and music, The Milk Carton Kids deliver I Only See the Moon, their recent release. The songs of The Milk Carton Kids have always been delivered in studio releases as audio versions of fine china. Smooth, like the feel of silk against skin. Light, tender playing and vocals wrapped around stories that bite as much as embrace. I Only See the Moon utilizes harmonic magic in the dual lead vocal of “Wheels & Levers”, grabs a freight train rhythm to host the guitar work of “Body & Soul”, head back into a dark holler for the mountain tale in “One True Love”. The Milk Carton Kids dedicate “North Country Ride” to a beloved uncle and let memories pen the story of “Star Shine”.
The music created by Kenneth Pattengale and Joey Ryan in 2011 is still carried as a badge of honor as The Milk Carton Kids. Delicate acoustic guitar notes, intricate picking, and rhythmic strums come together as a foundation for the equally melodic blending of voices. A hushed reverie opens the album with “All of Time in the World to Kill” as The Milk Carton Kids reflect on their lives in “Running on Sweet Smile” and float on a misty melody across the I Only See the Moon title track, exiting the album wondering “Will You Remember Me?”. (by Danny McCloskey)
Listen and buy the music of The Milk Carton Kids from AMAZON
For more information and purchase options, please visit The Milk Carton Kids website
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