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Blood Harmony affirms Larkin Poe as an essential force in shaping the identity of Southern rock‘n’ roll, breathing new energy into the genre with both forward-thinking perspective and adecidedly feminine strength. In a departure from the self-contained approach of past albums like2020’sSelf Made Man–praised byAmerican Songwriteras “pumped up for arena-sizedconsumption without compromising any of its stripped-down command and intensity”–LarkinPoe co-producedthe new albumalongside Texas-bred musician Tyler Bryant (also Rebecca’shusband). With Megan handling harmony vocals, lap steel, and resonator guitar and Rebecca onguitar and keys, Larkin Poe also enlisted members of their longtime live band, including drummerKevin McGowan and bassist Tarka Layman. Mainly recorded at Rebecca and Tyler’s home studio,the result is an electrifying new work that fully harnesses the fiery vitality they’ve shown intouring across the globe, imbuing their songs with equal parts soulful sensitivity and thrillingferocity. Fromthe feverish guitar work of “Bad Spell” to the soul-stirring “Southern Comfort” andsmoldering title track,Blood Harmonyreveals a band in complete touch with their formidableintuition, their storytelling fortified with a blues-heavy sound that hits right in the heart.
“When steering by your own stars, you never quite know where you’re going to wind up,” saysLarkin Poe. “Our true north is unique to us, and in following our true north without compromise,we have been out freewheeling this world on theride of our lives. And it still feels like just thebeginning. Blood Harmony is a creative step we are proud to have taken together as sisters.We grew these songs in a sweet part of our hearts and we hope they bring beauty.”