Finnish sister trio Iron Country Sisters recently released their second single, Go Slow, from their upcoming debut album. Go Slow is a blend of catchy pop, roots sound, and three-piece vocal harmonies topped with lyrics that crave for a new start.
Musically the new single is a step towards a more rhythmic sound. Known already for their skill in crafting melancholic beautiful melodies and their delicate acoustic approach, in Go Slow the band has given its rhythm section, Otto Alahuhtala and Simo Kärki, more space to support Silja Rautamaa’s lead vocals.
The story of Go Slow has its roots in an emotional transition period where a person who previously seemed fascinating, but exploited that fascination, is no longer seen through the lens of passion and nostalgia, but only through their actions. Letting go, which earlier felt impossible, is now a relief. It is time to move on.
Iron Country Sisters is currently in the process of recording their debut album, which is due for release in the fall.
Hometown: Helsinki, Finland
Influences: Neil Young, Joan Baez, John Moreland, Bob Dylan
Sounds like: First Aid Kit, The Staves
Julia Rautamaa (vocals, guitar, lyrics, composing)
Silja Rautamaa (vocals, fiddle, guitar, arrangement)
Paula Rautamaa (vocals, guitar, arrangement)
Simo Kärki (electric and double bass)
Otto Alahuhtala (drums, percussions)
Mika Niemi (lyrics)
official website: https://ironcountrysisters.weebly.com