The sisters have chiseled out a unique space in indie pop; brighter than Norah Jones and bluesier than Feist. More than just a family effort, Macedo is powered by a full band using the sounds and emotions of soul and the poetic lyrics of singer-songwriter folk rock. Sonically, the band achieves a unique blend of jazzy pop, using the low hum of a cello, bright electronic touches of keyboard, and the rolling force of piano and bass.
The radio-ready single Caught stands out as the most in-line with other successful melody-driven, female pop songs. Other Macedo songs prove the band's range and will appeal to fans at least as much: Say Goodnight glimmers with bluesy drama, while the stark, piano-and-vocals Most Beautiful Woman drives home the smartness of the lyrics and the band's possibilities as a go-to choice for heartfelt singalongs.