This Chicago duo knows how to work magic.
Mixing rock, pop, and folk, Whitney has the ability to assemble the perfect recipe for tear-jerking tracks. Whitney’s 2016 debut, Light Upon the Lake, is a collection of breezy vocals sprinkled with guitars and trumpets galore. Two songs into the album, and it's clear—it's perfect material for a break up playlist. Their most popular song to date “No Woman” is all the proof you need. It tugs at your heartstrings with a melancholic story line while punching lyrics of poetic nature, “Midnight driving through the bay, going back on the road, coming up and I wish I could stay, I've been sleeping alone.”
Their latest EP, Forever Turned Around, has the familiar falsetto vocals, but this time with new sweeping melodies and guitar ditties. If you haven't checked it out yet, do so STAT.
The duo recently hit the Warfield in San Francisco, where they dazzled the crowd with their new LP. Check out the pictures below, and make sure to track them on Bandsintown!
All photos by Joe McCabe