The McClymonts – ‘Don’t Tie My Hands’
Whatever McClymonts song is here is irrelevant really, it’s purely arbitrary. Though I could twattle on about how this is our first country music post on Who The Hell, this entry’s only purpose is to include a photo of these three hottie siblings as this band could be the best all-girl menage e toi this country’s music scene has to offer (unless they’ve lathered on the Photoshop effects, to which my expectations have been extremely unrealistically heightened).
They’re the golden children of the Aussie country music scene and I’m not gonna lie, I’m not much of a country music fan. Hey, they do it and they do it very well, but seriously, The McClymonts sound more like the Dixie Chicks than even the Dixie Chicks do.
The exaggerated Amer-ee-cayn country accents, soft vocal harmonies, fiddle, mandolin, lap steel and brushed drums are all indictive of the blueprint of American bluegrass/country music. It’s a shame Aussie arts have to bleach out the Australian touch in their music to appeal to the American market and to those who believe that “this” is what country music should sound like.
Still, it’s good to see you can still have sibling sex appeal without the incestual innuendo…