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Review – Mary Bue – Holy Bones


By Brandon Henry

Duluth’s folk songstress Mary Bue plugs in and delivers a powerful 3rd record with Holy Bones. Throughout the album, hints of Kathleen Edwards and Jenny Lewis simmer at the surface, but these 8 songs showcase the depth of Bue’s songwriting and ability to marry it to driving hook-laden guitar rock. The album is a personal journey that rings universal, that to forge your own future you must extrapolate the lessons from the highs and lows of the past. A tall task to take on, but Holy Bones pulls it off with a mastery few songwriters attain. Continue reading