Hey Anna is a family affair. It materialized when three sisters (yes, one of them is “Anna”) set out to make music with two of their long-time best friends. The band, hailing from Newark, creates music in the form of light, delicate melodies and guitar riffs contrasted by energized rhythms and heavier electric guitar. And yes — lucky for us, the singers have that thing that siblings get where their voices complement each other seamlessly. The band’s story-like songwriting is thus elevated just perfectly to be expressed in its dulcet entirety. If you’re looking for a bit of sunny music to ease you into spring, Hey Anna’s self-titled EP is for you.
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