Their voices tone and phrasing may remind you of Joanna Newson or Devendra Banhart, respectively. At times innocent as children yet weathered as the voices in old folk Appalachian songs.
This album is beautiful but not necessarily easy to love specially if the people mentioned above are not particular tastes of yours.
You might have heard the story already so I'll keep it short. Two sisters estranged as children, one street musician, the other one studying Opera in Paris, finally reunite. This album is the product of their growing friendship, just as unpredictable and perfect and unassumingly touching.
To mention songs -possible, each may be your pearl- would be to betray the continuous spell the album offers. Although the songs are not meant to compose a suite, this album is a collection of sorts. Perhaps, you may imagine a childhood scrapbook made of songs.
The experience is rewarding, likely to get you a little tender, under a spell. All good things.