Blue Ruin

by Three For Silver

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Aaron J. Shay (he/him)
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Aaron J. Shay (he/him) Hauntingly melodic tunes performed in a gothic folk style, buried in the woods and dug up at midnight during a debauched reverie. The instrumentation is inspiring, and the lyrics captivating. You can dance, you can cry, you can rage to these songs, depending on your mood. Favorite track: Blue Ruin.
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tobias_rieper I own the last three albums and I enjoy all of them. Blue Ruin seems to be even catchier but it's really hard to pick favourites with this band. They virtuously blend folk, blues, woodworking and even doom into catchy and dark awesome music! Raspy powerful male vocals and haunting, soaring female vocals. Both go together like borscht and smetana. If you smirk at the moniker of "doomfolk", give their song "Wildwood" a listen. Favorite track: Looking Exactly Like Nothing At All.
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The acoustic first half of Three For Silver's Double Release "Blue Ruin + Red Moon"

The electric younger brother "Red Moon" will release April 10, 2020

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released April 11, 2019

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Three For Silver Portland, Oregon

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