“A howling, thunderous take on ‘Abandon,’ the excellent opening track from their self-titled album,” said The Portland Mercury.
Modern Kin has a sound purely its own. We hope you enjoy this video as much as we do.
Heavier and weirder than local Americana or folk, and with more folk and gospel influences than Portland’s indie-rock offerings, Modern Kin has a sound purely its own.
Possibly the best video from the live EP with Modern Kin.
“A yowling bluesy bruiser complete with upright bass and tin can percussion. This one’s super raw and real,” said The Portland Mercury.
Photos of Modern Kin performing at Banana Stand were shot and edited by Michael McInerney.