NY duo Sister. Release New single “Girl”

Brooklyn’s much-tipped Sister. return today with the indie-folk of “Girl“, the second release to come from their new EP, “Something / Nothing”, due September 10th. Lulling vocal harmonies from Hannah and Ceci pair to plaintive acoustic guitars, skittish percussion and distant drones, with a winding lyric that lands upon a final, definitive mantra of “I am different now”.

It follows the release of “Hideaway” in June, an emotive torch-song that saw the band pick up significant support internationally from the likes of DIY, Rough Trade, Secret Meeting, Beats Per Minute and more.

The band’s Ceci Sturman has the following to say about the themes behind their new song:

“Girl is about a period of destabilizing growth – the growth that you’re so conscious of as it’s happening to you that it’s scary. You’re asking people that know you and love you – do you still love me even though I’m not who you thought I was? You’re asking yourself.

Sister. will play the following live shows

Aug 21st – Valentino Pier, Redhook, Brooklyn, NY, USA  
Aug 28th – Brooklyn Community Arts Fest, The Park Church Co-Op, NY, USA
Sept 10th – C’mon Everybody, Brooklyn, NY, USA

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