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Darkly bewitching folk pop, boasting seamless blood harmonies that ‘traverse melancholy and wonder in equal measure’, is the stock-in-trade of Melbourne sisters Mabel and Ivy Windred-Wornes. With a propensity for writing haunting tunes about emotive subjects such as love and grief, the Aussie duo visit Shrewsbury this month in support of their fourth studio album, Marlinchen In The Snow.
The siblings are supported on the night by Canadian singer-songwriter Mia Kelly, whose debut record, Garden Through The War, was nominated for album of the year at the 2023 Folk Music Awards. 


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