The Cadbury Sisters

The Cadbury Sisters


"...beautiful folk music..."
- Huw Stephens, BBC Radio 1

"…beautiful harmonies and gorgeous vocals."
- Tom Robinson, BBC 6Music

The Cadbury Sisters have returned with their second EP Sarah, out now via Fear of Fiction Records.

Coming exactly one year after their debut EP Close, which gained support from the likes of Dave Rowntree (XFM, Blur), NME and Q Magazine, Sarah is an exciting departure from the trio’s folk soaked vocal harmonies that defined their previous output, which is more than evident in the EP’s gorgeous title track, as well as singles Get This Feeling and Drifting. There are a host of sonic influences, ranging from Fleetwood Mac and Kate Bush to Bat For Lashes and First Aid Kit, boldly displayed alongside lyrics that disclose the siblings’ closely shared personal experiences and melodies that echo their pop-songwriting sensibilities.

The EP is named after the trio's mother, an incredibly strong and important person in their lives. Both the title track and the EP are an exploration of the inner strength and confidence needed to overcome certain situations, such as leaving a toxic relationship or dealing with newfound feelings that you didn’t expect to have for someone.

In the fist year following the release of their debut EP, The Cadbury Sisters hembarked on a UK tour, recorded a single for RAK Records ‘Singles Club’ and played onstage at Hyde Park for Radio 2 Live.

At the end of May this year the three sisters head out on a 17 date UK headline tour including special shows at London St Pancras Old Church and an EP launch at The Lantern, in their hometown of Bristol. Following that the band had a busy summer of festivals, including their debut performances at Glastonbury.

Sarah is out now via Fear Of Fiction Records.

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