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'Burn': Musical Fruit from Australia

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The Australian band Fruit is well-known for bringing its distinctive vocal harmonies to thousands of shows across the globe. Their latest release is the album Burn.

Based in Adelaide, in South Australia — a place noted for its wine and surfing — Fruit features three vocalists who trade the lead and write music: Mel Watson, Susie Keynes, and Sam Lohs. They are backed by drummer Yanya Boston, with Brian Ruiz on bass.

Set List

Songs played by Fruit for 'World Cafe':

  • "No Regrets"
  • "Burn"
  • "A Thousand Days"

For Burn, the trio teamed with Philadelphia producer David Ivory, whose previous work with The Roots (Things Fall Apart) and Erykah Badu (Baduizm) has garnered several Grammy nominations.

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