Boston-based siblings Ari & Mia began making music when Ari was 8 and Mia was 3. In the ensuiing years the chamber/folk duo have used their beautifully blended sibling harmony and instumentation to create a varirty of Americana that makes you reconsider where the genre’s boundaries.
“Godspeed The Plough,” the latest single off thier upcoming album, Ari (cello/vocal) and Mia (fiddle/vocal) display an intricately delicate latice of sound that aligns on beautiful on the traditional folk tune.
Of the song Ari & Mia say:
“Godspeed the Plough was written by our dear friend, Bennett Konesni of Belfast, ME. The first verse and chorus of the song are taken from an old farmer’s toast that Bennett found written one day on a mug at his grandmother’s house. The song reminds us of summers spent playing music with friends in Maine, and how satisfying a self-sufficient life on the land can be. ”
“Godspeed The Plough” is from The upcoming ‘Out of Stone,’ which is slated for release in July.