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by Kate Berry

3 months ago

The concept behind Harmony is as ingenious as it is simple: a three-piece band playing downbeat, emotionally charged punk rock, unpolished and bare boned in its delivery, while three soaring female harmony vocalists provide a counterpoint to Lyngcoln’s roughly hewn snarl. The trio of voices (provided by Amanda Roff, Quinn Veldhuis and Maria Kastaniotis) at times come off like The Ronettes, or even more startlingly, like a chorus line out of one of Jim Steinman’s theatrical rock epics. The effect is completely original though, lending a soulful, honeyed edge to the clattering din of the band. The contrast between the brutally stark music and the angelic mini-choir couldn’t be more severe, yet unexpectedly they meld into a unified whole that is infinitely greater than the sum of its constituent parts.

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