Esquire, December 2013
“Equal parts American folk, blues, country, and gypsy” David Lamb’s melodious voice combined with MorganEve Swain’s whiny cello, a guitar, and banjo all create an auditory treat. Swain’s presence on the upright bass is also heard over Lamb’s storytelling vocals—making every note hang above a room and fill the much-needed silence with toe tapping and hand clapping movements. This multitasking duo has their thumb on sounds created years ago, but they continue to put their own stamp on familiar genres. Their take on folk depicts a much darker harmony than the average, as their blues and country inflections remain rhythmic.