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Besides showing the fragility of the human being, who at any moment can be a victim of a phenomenon as terrifying as a global pandemic or an unexpected war, this last year and a half have called into question our relationship with the ecosystem, our conception and care of nature and the values that prevail in today's society. Based on this deep reflection, sister indie-folk duo Charm of Finches now expresses the sadness and frustration they feel about the state of the world on their new single, Heavy, which is off of their forthcoming album Wonderful Oblivion, set for release on October 22.

“Consumerism and a culture of narcissism are coping mechanisms to fill the void where that future shock, emptiness and sadness would be,” explains the Melbourne sister duo about their new release, Heavy. A single that reflects how we have lost our connection with nature, sending an important message that transcends the insubstantial concerns of our daily lives. Signed to AntiFragile, this new work is an invitation to rethink the world we live in, our attitudes and our way of being on planet Earth.

Influenced by artists such as Sufjan Stevens or Gillian Welch, and having made their angelic vocal harmonies and captivating folk sound their great strengths, Charm of Finches go a step further in their career with this new chapter loaded with meaning that hides a powerful vindication under an apparent musical sweetness. Featuring Mabel on vocals and cello, Ivy on vocals and violin, and Ledwell adding percussion, piano and synth bass, we will soon be able to enjoy their new album, Wonderful Oblivion, which will be released on October 22nd.

David Alarcón

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