“…quiet but mighty. Navid and Jen have captured magic between them, and the result is a truly beautiful musical partnership.”
– Heidi Drockelman, Editor-in-Chief, IndieMusic.com
“This is folk music at the highest level.”
– Greg Jones, Ear to the Ground Music
“Planes on Paper expertly maneuvers dual vocals to produce this eerie, serene, beautiful aesthetic […] simultaneously mellow and powerful.”
– Fallon Schlossman, WNYC New York
“[…] it’s easy to see why Planes on Paper is starting to attract serious attention on the neo-folkie scene.”
– Paul de Barros, The Seattle Times
There is a vocal synergy that exists between Navid Eliot and Jen Borst, the two core members of the Washington-based folk group Planes on Paper. They each have clear, unique voices, but when combined, a special kind of musical beauty emerges. During live performances, they often combine their own intricate harmonies and acoustic guitar with the abilities of some of their most musical friends, adding percussion and pedal steel to the fold.
Their latest EP, The Ruins, was released in January 2015 and received excellent reviews and a great deal of attention throughout the Pacific Northwest. They’ve been touring steadily behind the record, playing shows up and down the both the east and west coasts. They’re currently hard at work on their first full length album, which they are hoping to release later this year.
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