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Using only two voices and two guitars, Alice Costelloe and Kacey Underwood create music that’s unfettered by the constraints of a traditional band. Their sound is gauzy but spartan; his vocal, dusky, hers crystalline, twinned in a spectral haze. From the first song they ever wrote together, the distractedly sweet ‘Homework’, to the celestial drift of ‘Pi’ Big Deal’s music is unflinchingly honest, powerful in its intimacy and quivering with the intensity of a first crush.

They come from two different worlds – Costelloe from an artistic London household, while Underwood was born into a strict ... Read more

Using only two voices and two guitars, Alice Costelloe and Kacey Underwood create music that’s unfettered by the constraints of a traditional band. Their sound is gauzy but spartan; his vocal, dusky, hers crystalline, twinned in a spectral haze. From the first song they ever wrote together, the distractedly sweet ‘Homework’, to the celestial drift of ‘Pi’ Big Deal’s music is unflinchingly honest, powerful in its intimacy and quivering with the intensity of a first crush.

They come from two different worlds – Costelloe from an artistic London household, while Underwood was born into a strict religious family in the desert between Joshua Tree and the Yucca Valley. When Costelloe was 14 she played guitar in her first band; when Underwood was the same age, he found escape in music. Records were his key to freedom from the rules that surrounded him. He immersed himself in Metallica, Hendrix, Led Zeppelin and Depeche Mode and taught himself to play on a guitar he found under his brother’s bed.

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Using only two voices and two guitars, Alice Costelloe and Kacey Underwood create music that’s unfettered by the constraints of a traditional band. Their sound is gauzy but spartan; his vocal, dusky, hers crystalline, twinned in a spectral haze. From the first song they ever wrote together, the distractedly sweet ‘Homework’, to the celestial drift of ‘Pi’ Big Deal’s music is unflinchingly honest, powerful in its intimacy and quivering with the intensity of a first crush.

They come from two different worlds – Costelloe from an artistic London household, while Underwood was born into a strict religious family in the desert between Joshua Tree and the Yucca Valley. When Costelloe was 14 she played guitar in her first band; when Underwood was the same age, he found escape in music. Records were his key to freedom from the rules that surrounded him. He immersed himself in Metallica, Hendrix, Led Zeppelin and Depeche Mode and taught himself to play on a guitar he found under his brother’s bed.

This biography was provided by the artist or their representative.

Using only two voices and two guitars, Alice Costelloe and Kacey Underwood create music that’s unfettered by the constraints of a traditional band. Their sound is gauzy but spartan; his vocal, dusky, hers crystalline, twinned in a spectral haze. From the first song they ever wrote together, the distractedly sweet ‘Homework’, to the celestial drift of ‘Pi’ Big Deal’s music is unflinchingly honest, powerful in its intimacy and quivering with the intensity of a first crush.

They come from two different worlds – Costelloe from an artistic London household, while Underwood was born into a strict religious family in the desert between Joshua Tree and the Yucca Valley. When Costelloe was 14 she played guitar in her first band; when Underwood was the same age, he found escape in music. Records were his key to freedom from the rules that surrounded him. He immersed himself in Metallica, Hendrix, Led Zeppelin and Depeche Mode and taught himself to play on a guitar he found under his brother’s bed.

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