Before their Quiet Island days, the Geneva-based group
performed in French-speaking Switzerland as The Postmen. The band's signature
is a vocal harmony that is much less common in modern-day music.
Their name changed, but their vocal precision hasn’t.
Something else is new: their sound became more complex. The young pop-folk of
their debut grew up and matured. Quiet Island is treading a path towards the
neo-folk horizon, a place where the influences of Fleet Foxes, Midlake and the
The foursome’s second album “Telescope” was released
last year, and it's a gem. Don’t miss the chance to see them live!