Exeter, U.K.-blessed folk duo Abbe Martin and Hannah Hardwood (aka Sound from the Sirens) use vocal harmonies to weave tales of sadness, albeit using a positive spin. Martin and Hardwood fulfilled in 2012 while these were both functioning on the Timepiece place in Exeter, where, after composing a few music together, they might play their debut live present. Over another couple of years, the duo continuing to play concert events, even while launching a string of EPs, including 2015’s All WE’VE Is Time. The next calendar year they performed at Glastonbury, where Radio DJ and Television presenter Chris Evans is at the audience; Evans was impressed by the efficiency, resulting in an invite to allow them to perform on his display, TFI Fri, alongside U2 and Consider That. Their debut recording, 2017’s FOR MANY Our Sins, was a culmination of their build up to that stage, tackling some significant subjects (such as for example mental wellness on “The Voices”) with upbeat vocal harmonies and folksy melodies.