Rhythm Nation: Sam Rasmussen of the Paper Kites selects the playlist
The Australian indie folk-rocker pick the tunes that have inspired him
The Paper Kites clearly like a challenge. Instead of taking time out like most bands when lockdown struck last year, the Australian indie folk-rockers carried on with their ambitious project of recording an album with ten female guest vocalists all over the world.
With a little help from home studio technology, they have now produced Roses – a beguiling collection of Americana duets featuring Aoife O’Donovan, Nadia Reid, Gena Rose Bruce and others including the...
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