Wisconsin-based duo Blessed Feathers has a sweet little meet-cute story: They met in a restaurant where they both still work, and started playing songs together and dating around the same time. There's usually some banjo in their folky mix, but here the two tackled Paul Simon's "Me And Julio Down By The Schoolyard" with just their voices and guitar. The band's debut EP is Peaceful Beasts In An Ocean Of Weeds, and if you enjoy this cover you'll enjoy that as well.
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