Articles By: Rob Smith
No-one is expecting sunshine and lollipops. Good thing too. Because No One Can Ever Know is sinister in it’s darkness but generous in its quality.
Like many sibling groups it is when the girls break into their delicately woven harmonies that they shine. They combine guitar parts that resonate with tonality and implausibly beautiful vocals.
When looking at its members you’d be a fool to expect a crooning country album, so it’s with little surprise but smiles all round that the record bursts with catchy dance-pop.