Their haunting brand of chamber-folk should speak directly to the kids who cut their teeth on Sufjan Stevens and their Nick Drake-loving parents in the same hushed breath from singer Justin Ringle. Their latest album, “Cynic’s New Year,” tops their cello, violin and acoustic guitar with everything from French horn to banjo and bells. But Ringle’s aching vocal style remains their greatest asset.
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