The Friedberger siblings from Chicago could easily be placed among the craziest propositions of the decade. Their lack of respect for convention and continuous pushing boundaries, mixing elements from everything they could think of, would make most of their albums uneasy – if rewarding- listening. For their conceptual second record, “Blueberry Boat”, they couldn’t find anything radio stations would play, so they took on a folk song as first single. It would become the pair’s most memorable song.

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