The sonic swelter of guitars and gentle finger picked motifs work like seaweed swaying with rhythm and beats. Front-woman Tanya Horo’s chilling but childlike vocals effortlessly trick and tease the melodies, weaving her lyrics and captivating audiences. Compelling the listener to delve further into this weird and wondrous world that brought Sherlock’s Daughter from the wide open spaces of downunder to the concrete jungle of New York.

The band’s latest EP is available now on iTunes in the U.S.

Be sure to catch Sherlocks Daughter live at 8PM on the first 4 Wednesdays in August at
New York City’s Pianos.
158 Ludlow Street, New York City, 10002

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