Baskery’s ‘The NoNo’ is your Folk Alliance International Song of the Day


The International Folk Alliance Conference & Winter Music Camp comes to KC February 19-23. To get you geared up for the folk blowout, every day we’re posting a song we like by one of the event’s showcase artists.

There’s something about sibling bands. Instruments and voices seem slightly more in sync when it’s a trio of blood relatives collaborating. To that end, Baskery does not disappoint. Swedish sisters Greta, Stella and Sunniva Bondesson have cultivated a sound that is decidedly roots-rock – not quite what you’d imagine when you think of original music out of Sweden but no less entertaining. The Bondesson women know their way around stringed instruments, with Greta on banjo, Stella on bass and Sunniva on guitar, and they make good use of a kick drum, too. 

Baskery’s newest single, “The NoNo,” is off the upcoming EP Little Wild Life. It’s a little more electric than usual, which isn’t a bad thing.


For more information on the FAI and the upcoming conference, go here.

See also:

#23: John Fullbright’s “Gawd Above”
#22: Grant Lee Phillips’ “Walking in the Green Corn”
#21: The Carper Family’s “Foolish Ramblin’ Man”
#20: The Black Lillies’ “The Fall”
#19: Ganstagrass’ “Long Hard Times to Come”
#18: Chuck Mead’s “Girl on the Billboard”
#17: Jordie Lane’s “Feet Fall”
#16: The Howlin’ Brothers “Big Fall” 

#15: Jadea Kelly’s “Lone Wolf”
#14: The Sweet Lowdown’s “Red Shift Blues”
#13: The Stray Birds’ “Time in Squares”
#12: SHEL’s “Lost at Sea” 
#11: Uncle Bonsai’s “Penis Envy”
#10: Miss Tess’ “People Don’t Come Here for Gold”

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