Video Feature: Wildwood Kin’s “Warrior Daughter”

Wildwood Kin

Meet Wildwood Kin. They are an Americana/alternative folk trio from Exeter in Devon, England. It’s composed of sisters Beth and Emilie Key and their cousin Meghann Loney. They pride themselves on making acoustic driven music and delivering rich harmonies. In 2015 they released their debut EP Salt of the Earth and are currently preparing to release another EP soon. They’re also quite busy touring and will be opening for folk artist Seth Lakeman on his upcoming tour dates. But before they get to that they’ve released the music video for the lead song from their upcoming EP and the song is titled “Warrior Daughter.”

It’s a song that immediately caught my eye and reminded me a lot of what you would hear from Country Perspective’s 2014 Group/Duo of the Year, First Aid Kit. The soaring harmonies and instrumentation are really intriguing and this is a band certainly worth keeping an eye on. Check out the video for “Warrior Daughter” below:

One thought on “Video Feature: Wildwood Kin’s “Warrior Daughter”

  1. OlaR August 13, 2016 / 5:26 pm

    Handclaps? Handclaps!
    Now add add a banjo to the mix & drum loops….ok, ok it’s an americana/alternative folk track.
    I’ll stay with Post Monroe, Runaway Angel, The McClymonts & Co..


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