This eerie trio began with a chance meeting between two sisters playing music in a public square and a stranger who was transfixed by their songs.
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The Casket Girls Biography

by Fred Thomas

Sleepwalking Savannah, Georgia trio the Casket Girls formed when Black Moth Super Rainbow contributor Ryan Graveface met sisters Elsa and Phaedra Greene by chance. The sisters were hanging out in a public square playing autoharp and singing to each other. Graveface was transfixed and eventually approached the strangers and asked them to start a band. Working from an amassment of instrumental tracks Graveface sent them, the Greene sisters wrote lyrics and vocal parts for 15 songs, ranging stylistically from eerie neo-disco to softly melodic electronic indie pop. Drummer TW Walsh was called in to replace shoddy electronic drum tracks with meatier live drums, completing the recording process of the Casket Girls' debut album, Sleepwalking. It was released in late 2012 and the band began touring behind it shortly thereafter. The band repeated the process of fleshing out Graveface's instrumental madness with their own, even wilder lyrics and melodies on second album True Love Kills the Fairy Tale. This dreamier and more haunted affair arrived in early 2014. It was followed two years later by another nocturnal offering, The Night Machines, which again featured Walsh on drums.

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