“The Cordial Sins have a knack for taking the expected and twisting it on its side. “Angela” starts out with a folky twang as a backdrop to Harris’ cryptic narrative, showing the band’s influence from lyric-driven groups like Death Cab for Cutie.” – Impose Magazine
Blossom Hall is a blend of 90s indie rock and 60s vocal harmony, with accents of psychedelia. The songs revolve around the dual vocals of Nancy Paraskevopoulos (bass) and Phil Cotter (guitar), cemented by precise yet bombastic drumming.
Blossom Hall have been compared to the Pixies, Dirty Projectors and Alabama Shakes. In their first two years as a band, Blossom Hall has opened for Broken Social Scene, Born Ruffians, Frightened Rabbit and R. Ring. The band released an EP, “Parasols” in January of 2018, and are also recording a full-length to release in 2019.