indieberlin review – The Staves at Heimathafen last week

by | Concert Reviews, indieBerlin, Music

Opening for the Staves was Rachel Sermanni, who is from a lovely place in the Scottish highlands called Carrbridge.

If you missed her, don’t worry: you can stay updated with her upcoming shows here. ‘She’s a babe!’ Emily laughed during the Staves performance. That’s putting it mildly. She’s not only a babe, but a versatile vocalist and guitarist.

The Stavely-Taylor sisters: Emily (vocals), Jessica (vocals, guitar) and Camilla (vocals, ukulele) played to a patient, wide-eyed and silent crowd. After each song ended the trio tried to joke and connect with the audience but it didn’t seem to go so well.

The experience of being with the talented Rachel Sermanni and the Staves was definitely worthwhile… And the three sisters seem to have attracted a still wider audience lately with the pat on the back from Justin Vernon of Bon Iver, who produced their latest album. Justin Vernon doesn’t collaborate with just anyone. It’s obvious that the Staves have something very special.

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