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Hear Larkin Poes roots-y reinvention of the Scorpions Wind of Change

Nashvilles roots duo Larkin Poe,AKA sisters Rebecca and Megan Lovell,have posted their latest YouTube cover an earthy, slide-laden undertake the Scorpions 1990 hit Wind of Change.

The band are finding your way through the release of these new album Blood Harmony the title a mention of their shared musical experience and deep bonds as a family group outfit.

Even though Wind of Change will not feature on the album, it’s been selected because the latest installment of these long-running group of YouTube cover clips, which are designed to keep a public record of the songs they’re hearing and learning.

Penned by German rock behemoths the Scorpions, Wind Of Change anticipated a fresh era of unity in Eastern Europe, following a end of the Cold War and nov the Berlin Wall.

Larkin Poes version provides hard rock power ballad a folksy reimagining, which seems odd in writing, but works surprisingly well.

Matthias Jabs haunting clean guitar lines sound entirely in the home on Megan Lovells lap steel, while Rebecca Lovells big bodied classical guitar (a Gibson Hummingbird) and earnest vocal calls in your thoughts the type of picket line singalongs of ’60s protest heroes, like Joan Baez.

Essentially, it feels a little just like a Marvel multiverse moment for pan-Atlantic rock history.

If it has whetted your appetite for the brand new album, you can examine out Larkin Poes singles Bad Spell and the title-track, Blood Harmony, which premiered the following on Guitar World. Likewise, the Scorpions released their very own new album Rock Believer, earlier this season.

To preorder the album, visit Larkin Poe’s website (opens in new tab).

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Matt Parker

Matt is really a freelance journalist who has spent the final decade interviewing musicians for famous brands Total Guitar, Guitarist, Guitar World, MusicRadar,, DJ Mag and Electronic Sound.In 2020, he (opens in new tab), which aims to talk about the ideas that produce creative lifestyles more sustainable. He plays guitar, but shouldn’t be allowed near your delay pedals.

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