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Eisley

À propos de Eisley

Eisley twirled dreamily onto the scene just in time to fill the footsteps of a disbanding Sixpence None The Richer. A tragically hip, mostly-sibling act, Chauntelle, Stacy, Sherri and Weston DuPree linked arms with family friend Jonathan Wilson. Equally popular in the Tyler, Tex. Vineyard Church community as in the local coffeehouse scene, their career mirrored this cross appeal as they topped Christian charts while opening for mainstream artists like Coldplay. The sisters on the mic are intoxicating and should not be listened to while operating heavy machinery. Ballads like "I Wasn't Prepared" are unsettlingly hypnotic, distantly reminiscent of uneasy indie rock ballads like Cat Power's "Werewolf."

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Eisley

Eisley twirled dreamily onto the scene just in time to fill the footsteps of a disbanding Sixpence None The Richer. A tragically hip, mostly-sibling act, Chauntelle, Stacy, Sherri and Weston DuPree linked arms with family friend Jonathan Wilson. Equally popular in the Tyler, Tex. Vineyard Church community as in the local coffeehouse scene, their career mirrored this cross appeal as they topped Christian charts while opening for mainstream artists like Coldplay. The sisters on the mic are intoxicating and should not be listened to while operating heavy machinery. Ballads like "I Wasn't Prepared" are unsettlingly hypnotic, distantly reminiscent of uneasy indie rock ballads like Cat Power's "Werewolf."

À propos de Eisley

Eisley twirled dreamily onto the scene just in time to fill the footsteps of a disbanding Sixpence None The Richer. A tragically hip, mostly-sibling act, Chauntelle, Stacy, Sherri and Weston DuPree linked arms with family friend Jonathan Wilson. Equally popular in the Tyler, Tex. Vineyard Church community as in the local coffeehouse scene, their career mirrored this cross appeal as they topped Christian charts while opening for mainstream artists like Coldplay. The sisters on the mic are intoxicating and should not be listened to while operating heavy machinery. Ballads like "I Wasn't Prepared" are unsettlingly hypnotic, distantly reminiscent of uneasy indie rock ballads like Cat Power's "Werewolf."

À propos de Eisley

Eisley twirled dreamily onto the scene just in time to fill the footsteps of a disbanding Sixpence None The Richer. A tragically hip, mostly-sibling act, Chauntelle, Stacy, Sherri and Weston DuPree linked arms with family friend Jonathan Wilson. Equally popular in the Tyler, Tex. Vineyard Church community as in the local coffeehouse scene, their career mirrored this cross appeal as they topped Christian charts while opening for mainstream artists like Coldplay. The sisters on the mic are intoxicating and should not be listened to while operating heavy machinery. Ballads like "I Wasn't Prepared" are unsettlingly hypnotic, distantly reminiscent of uneasy indie rock ballads like Cat Power's "Werewolf."