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ALBUM REVIEW: The Starfolk

The Starfolk
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With The Starfolk’s latest self-titled album, come peaceful sounds of harmony blended in with beautiful acoustics.  This band has set the bar high with tracks like  “From above” and “Midnight Moon,” which put you in a trans of rich pop indie musical heaven.  With all the groovy vibes this band has created it’s not a shock that they have out done themselves on their second album. Personally this is the first time I’ve heard this group and I’ve been blown away from the first song on their latest album.

Although the album starts off strong with “The Great Unknown” I have to say that “Kindness and Strangers” for me, is easily the most heartfelt song on the album.

“Sow the Seed” starts off slowly and picks up with the beat. Hands down, this one makes me want to dance every time I hear it.

“Midnight Moon” has become my favorite song off the album. Anyone can relate to it. Everyone has had someone in their lives that has done them wrong, and this song shows that story.

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Angela Mastrogiacomo

Founder of Infectious Magazine & Muddy Paw Public Relations. Lover of passion, ice cream, and books.

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One Thought to “ALBUM REVIEW: The Starfolk”

  1. Crystal White

    Great review!

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