ALBUM REVIEW: Larkin Poe – Blood Harmony | NARC. | Reliably Informed | Music and Creative Arts News for Newcastle and the North East

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Tricki-Woo Records

Released: 11.11.22







A rousing return from sisters Larkin Poe, Blood Harmony is a record steeped in swagger. Taking in elements of country, blues and southern rock, it has a little something for everyone. This aural assault is punctuated with seething riffs, the likes of Georgia Off My Mind permeating with its hefty country tone.

It Might As Well Be Me stands out above the rest though, this anthemic track feels bigger than everything else on Blood Harmony. It’s powerful and hard hitting, which is a complete contrast to album closer Life As Cold As Diamonds, which slows things down and brings the album to a more mellow but no less impactful ending. All round this is an incredible record from Larkin Poe.


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