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Appalachian Sunday

When The River Took Over: Kit Lindsey watches the birds fly away on Appalachian Sunday

Showing us that shining style that was born from Mamma-taught hard work mentality, Kit Lindsey has reimagined an old tale that many will remember intently on Appalachian Sunday.

Kit Lindsey is a Landrum, South Carolina-based indie blues/country singer-songwriter who makes those nostalgic gems you can’t seem to forget.

A culmination of so many influences, experiences, and moods. It’s at the top of my list when it comes to songs that still jerk my emotions around no matter how many times I’ve sung them.” ~ Kit Lindsey speaking about the meaning of Appalachian Sunday

Time-travelling us back to an old school murder ballad that will catch your attention, Kit Lindsey shows us the hero and the villain in a modern way that is rather incredible to witness. Her tone is somber, honest, and takes us right into the moment where that fateful moment took place.

Appalachian Sunday from Landrum, South Carolina-based indie blues/country singer-songwriter Kit Lindsey is an excellent track that will stop you in your tracks for 3 minutes and 30 seconds. It’s sung with a dynamic aura that shall have you lost in thought. Speaker-rattling beyond previous comprehension, to bring us into a classic story, in her own way.

Relate to a song made with a true class on YouTube and see more via her IG.

Reviewed by Llewelyn Screen