Interview

SHEL

It’s hard to define the band SHEL, a quartet of sisters born within five years of each other. They each bring their own unique influences — Bob Dylan, the all-acoustic bluegrass group Strength in Numbers, Led Zepplin, Alt J and the more classically-focused Bach, Chopin and George Gershwin — to the table.

If one were to try to put a label on the band, though it may be an exercise in futility, they would land on indie-folk. Think Haim, but less pop rocky. Their sweet-as-honey vocals combined with light, airy instrumentation — mandolin, violin and keyboards — are the perfect soundtrack to drift through a hot afternoon in America’s heartland.  
 

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