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Swaying into the studio

The seven-piece DC collective is in the midst of cutting their first EP.
Scarlet Sway's Karli Harrison.
Scarlet Sway's Karli Harrison.

It’s busy time for members of Scarlet Sway. 

In addition to gigs and the busy holiday season, the seven-piece DC collective is in the midst of cutting their first EP with the idea of it dropping in the first couple months of 2017.

“We’re on it right now,” says guitarist Jordan Fines.

“We hope to have it finished earlier next year.”

Co-lead singer Kim Fines agrees.

“We’ve been able to do quite a bit, have four or five tune recorded live on the floor, and Karli just wrote another.”

For a band that has been earning their stripes in the live environment, the studio has been a different project. The band is becoming well-known for their live presentation, including two-part harmonies from Kim and sister Karli Harrison.

This is something the two are replicating in the studio environment. 

“We’re finding as long as we can see each other, it is working okay on the vocal side,” says Kim.

Karli notes the community support has been what has kept the band thriving.

“From people coming out to the shows to the community as a whole, it has been great.”

Harrison notes the band expects to tour their studio project when it is finished in the new year.

“We have a few dates already and want to build a few more dates around those.”

 

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