"Kiss Me Darlin'" on Exclaim! TV
Carrabba and the band's Suzie Zeldin stopped by our office and performed two songs. We've already premiered their performance of "Can't Be Broken," and this time we're showing you "Kiss Me Darlin." As in the previous video, we hear a pleasing combination of Carrabba and Zeldin's vocal harmonies, along with mandolin and acoustic guitar. The tune itself is a charmingly upbeat number whose performance is impossible to watch without a smile on your face.
Twin Forks will be touring Canada next week, starting in Montreal. Check out all the dates here.
Filmed by Katherine Kwan
Audio by Nash Bussieres
Edited by Katherine Kwan
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