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In the making of ‘Good Luck, Kid’ Joseph pushed beyond the dreamy folk of their debut album with ATO Records, embracing a grittier, more dynamic sound.
The 13-song collection was produced by Christian ‘Leggy’ Langdon (Meg Myers, Charlotte OC) and the result brims with thick drums and lustrous guitars, heavy grooves and radiant melodies.
Despite the bolder sonic palette, ‘Good Luck, Kid’ remains centred on the band’s crystalline vocal work, including the otherworldly harmonies that suggest a near-telepathic connection among sisters.
“The through-line of the album is this idea of moving into the driver’s seat of your own life - recognizing that you’re an adult now, and everything’s up to you from this moment on,” Natalie said. “You’re not completely sure of how to get where you need to go, and you don’t have any kind of a map to help you. It’s just the universe looking down on you like, ‘Good luck, kid.’”
“[The] blend their voices in the eerily close way that only siblings seem able to accomplish” - NPR Music.
“a rallying cry and a celebration of the determination and angst that has pulled us all through these toxic times” - Nylon.
“Upbeat, anthemic” - Brooklyn Vegan.
“Dark folk-pop that will make you cry (in the best, most cathartic way possible)” - Paper.
“an uplifting stronghold” - Paste.
Good Luck, Kid
In My Head
Enough In Your Eyes
Room For You