“We’re doing a lot of singing in unison, it’s really cool, it’s fun,” says Hatfield, her voice picking up pitch and speed. There’s a genuine expression of excitement to her tone that seems to catch her off-guard. It isn’t surprising, though–even in the more dour moments, it sounds like Hatfield and Caws are having a blast.

“For me, that’s the best part,” she says. “It’s natural, it’s not having to try to very hard or to force it. We just blend really well and it’s really easy to harmonize, which is great because I rarely ever sing with other people.”

Full article at Dig Boston.