SISTERS’ stellar Wait Don’t Wait LP made its NACC debut last week, landing at #129. According to CityArts, the duo’s “voices soar [and] their optimism inspires” across an album that is “full of stimulating yet concise songwriting” and “easily enjoyable.” Writes the rag, “The album sports many qualities from the bright side of vintage, from the warm softness of production to the thrusty rhythms of a sexier time. Part of the album’s success is its stylishly applied arrangements…Together, the two produce an amount of sound that seems larger than what a duo should be capable of—which is easily conceivable if you’ve seen them flip between instruments on stage.” It also compares their falsettos to those of the Bee Gees! Read the whole thing here.
Give Wait Don’t Wait a bump at your station this week, and help it get over the hump to a new peak in the Top 100.