On their second album helmed by rock auteur Rick Rubin (and seventh full-length overall), The Carpenter, the North Carolina siblings deliver another gorgeously crafted set of sad and soulful laments laced with acoustic guitars, sharply punctuated piano, and delicate cello. From the moving reflection on death ”The Once and Future Carpenter” to the rollicking ”Pretty Girl From Michigan,” it’s a harmonious, cohesive album — like hope and regret all shaken up in a mason jar. A-
The CarpenterOn their second album helmed by rock auteur Rick Rubin (and seventh full-length overall), The Carpenter, the North Carolina siblings...The CarpenterFolkOn their second album helmed by rock auteur Rick Rubin (and seventh full-length overall), The Carpenter, the North Carolina siblings...2012-09-07
BROTHERLY LOVE The siblings' sad and soulful songs will leave you yearning for more
Genre: Folk; Music Label: Republic
Posted January 17 2015 — 5:04 PM EST
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