A dark, mysterious and brooding take on folk, layering a perfectly delicate female harmony over euphoric, growing strings. The songs seemingly-endless slow rise is eloquently executed, captivating listeners with similar embrace to the whimsical and uplifting Feist, which, when drizzled with a bit of Band of Horses americana, combines to make something really special.

The Louisville three-piece aren’t afraid to add a generous splatter of effects to their music, but they do so with perfect refrain, knowing precisely when to leave a song as it is. Like First Aid Club, Lacey Guthrie and Maryliz Bender’s voices sound like they were made for each other, giving the duo the power to warrant your ears for a whole day. Give Twin Limb a bit of time to sink in.