"All six of the songs on “harbinger” are the stuff that indie-folk dreams are made of." - Maine Today
"They blend so tightly, the packed house feels privy to a special, possibly sacred sisterhood." - Stone Poet Publications
It was Music that brought Megan Martelle and Hannah Daman together one night in 2013 in a basement in Massachusetts. Megan had just finished her time at Berklee College of Music. Hannah had just moved home from playing in a few bands in Glasgow, Scotland. Megan had her violin. Hannah had her songs. A musical connection was swiftly forged and from there on, they stuck together. Whether near or far, throughout the next few years, whenever they were together, they played.
After a few years of living in Boston, Meg moved back to Maine with the intent of making music with her sister, Fran, and…. Home was calling. Music didn't happen between the two sisters at first. It took some time and it seemed as though something was missing.
One North American house show tour and a few years later, a certain Hannah Daman found her way up to the great state of Maine where she made her roots with the sisters. It was there that a sacred sisterhood of music sparked. As they grew, their sound expanded and their harmonies tightened. A sense of togetherness was formed. They played in cover bands, open mics, on the streets, and in their homes. Music kept showing up and would not let them go. And so, together, they followed forming Sibylline.
Hannah Daman - guitar, vocals
Megan Martelle - violin, vocals
Francesca Martelle - violin, mandolin, vocals
Dan Capaldi - drums
Photographer: Bethany & Dan Photography