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October 21, 2010

The Acorn Doesn’t Fall Far From The Mountain

Filed under: Uncategorized — kylelawrence @ 12:37 pm

The indie folk troupe’s spirited ballads inspire all types of hope. By Kyle Mullin for Edmonton’s SEE Magazine, Oct. 21 2010

Rolf Klausener slumped down next to a fire that snapped like his stiff joints. As the Acorn front man’s band mates swilled a few brews and strummed some scattered notes, he found himself fixated on the flames licking the kindling’s every splinter, before casting a warm glance of his own at each and every one of his fellow troubadour’s faces, as if he could already tell that the moment’s random rhythms were building a hearth to birth one of their best songs.

“The title Kindling to Cremation was inspired by the time we spent around that fire,” he said of the soothing closer to The Acorn’s latest album No Ghost, which will be a likely highlight when the indie folksters play on Oct. 23.




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