The members of Sparrow and the Workshop hail from all over the world - frontlady Jill O'Sullivan was born in Belfast but raised in Chicago, and her band mates were born in Scotland and Wales. Somehow, they've all found their way to Glasgow, and they've formed a band, and it sounds pretty much just like you'd expect it to sound. Eclectic. O'Sullivan's voice sounds strong and clear, like an Irish folk singer, but there's an occasional twang to her accent which adds an unmistakeably country-ish, American element to the blend. The guitar ranges from light and acoustic to crunchy, with occasional downpours of reverb. As a band, Sparrow and the Workshop have an interesting texture - they're like the battered prawns of the music world. You know how they're crunchy on the outside and soft on the inside, but they can also be kind of chewy? Yeah.
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Review of Sparrow and the Workshop's album Into The Wild released through Distiller Records.
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Review of Sparrow and the Workshop's self-titled EP.
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Review of Sparrow and the Workshop's single Devil Song.
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