The Scarlet Ending | Cries & Whispers

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Cries & Whispers

by The Scarlet Ending

This twin-sister fronted trio showcase some of the most lyrically compelling and hauntingly melodic songs that can be found in today's acoustic/rock/indie scene.
Genre: Rock: Acoustic
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Such A Shame
2:06 $0.99
2. Waiting
3:47 $0.99
3. The Way We Used To Be
3:42 $0.99
4. Broken
3:45 $0.99
5. Weak
2:44 $0.99
6. Before I Fell
3:36 $0.99
7. Winter
4:11 $0.99
8. Only One
3:41 $0.99
9. Something Better
3:24 $0.99
10. So Different
4:14 $0.99
11. Cold Daylight
3:24 $0.99
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.


Album Notes
Born in Baltimore, Maryland and raised in a suburb of Syracuse, New York, twin sisters Kayleigh and Kaleena Goldsworthy write some of the most lyrically compelling and hauntingly melodic songs in today’s acoustic/rock/indie scene.
Defying genre labeling, The Scarlet Ending write songs from the heart, and perform their music with the hardcore passion of youth. Their songs evoke emotion, and coupled with intricate, intertwining harmonies, they have an uncanny ability to capture and hold the attention of all eyes, ears, and hearts.
Once described as “Indigo Girls meet Green Day”, this seemingly disjointed comparison speaks aptly of the appeal of TSE. Their songs have the presence and innocent maturity to speak to all, as their diverse following attests; their performances are as comfortable and well received at college campuses, coffeehouses, bars, and festivals.
Joining the girls on percussion/drums is veteran musician Andy Walton (Creepjoint, The Wallmen). This addition adds yet another edge to their live performance.
It would take more than a “label” to accurately describe what The Scarlet Ending bring to every word of every line of every song. It’s a craft that they embrace and nurture. It’s a gift that they share with everyone.



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Sweet! The drummer is my Dad! You rock!
Awesome! The drummer, Andy Walton, is my Dad! The Scarlet ending rules! Keep it up dad!

Alistair Canlin

Consider it highly recommended
An almost wistful feel to the CD, the track flow in easy succession, even the jumpier more racy tracks.
The stand outs for me were Broken, Before I Fell & Weak.
The girls voices worked well together (being twins probably helps) and transport you to a softer easier place.
This is a great introduction to the band, which if there's any justice in the world should propell them onto bigger and better things.

BUY IT!!!!


You'll be missing out
The Scarlet Ending is nothing out of the ordinary. The songs are different from each other, and all of them stick out. If youre into strong and melodic voices, and amazing guitar and drum lines you wont want to miss out on this cd. I STRONGLY recommend it.

Tim from Honor Bright

simply beautiful
I've said it before and I've said it again - The Scarlet Ending writes some of the most beautiful music out right now. Cries And Whispers is the band's best release yet and it's only getting better from there. When I listen to the cd, there's not a single song I skip. If you don't have this, you NEED to buy it.

A Huge Fan

Just simply AMAZING!!!!!!!!
Now I'm not the biggest fan of the local bands these days being that they sound all the same... and I hadn't found anything catchy.

UNTIL I heard this cd. Listening to "its a shame" (my favorite) makes me feel like i'm just listening to it over and over again on a radio station! I've never seen a band with so much potential to go all the way!

I will be buying every single cd they EVER record. THEY are talent.

They sing BEAUTIFULLY, they write AMAZINGLY, they perform their instruments FLAWLESSLY.


Or hell, I will for you!!! It's just. that. good.


A masterpiece of youthful passion
Their voices hauntingly passionate and their songs reaching out to touch the soul of their listeners The Scarlet Ending has produced a masterpiece transcending traditional genres boundries. Attempting to name all the influences of The Scarlet Ending may be a tedious task as they create a breathtaking sound all their own. From the haunting piano and strings in "Such a Shame" straight through to the touching lyrics of "Something Better" Cries and Whispers offers something for everyone.


I absolutly love the cd. The music is so original and I havent taken it out of my stereo yet. I have a feeling Scarlet Ending will really go places

David Rotchford

Can't stop listening!!
Simply amazing. I understood their incredible talents in high school, but they have really stepped up to the plate. After the release of their second album, Cries & Whispers, there is no way this is the end. Be ready for much more terrific music to come from these twins.


Greatest band...ever.
I've seen the scarlet ending live and they're not just another computer generized band. In their live perfomances the harmonys are perfect and they never miss a beat. I have to say this is the best CD I have ever heard. I'm sure the scarlet ending could have been famous a long time ago if they wore tiny little skirts and started singing bubblegum pop like Britney and Christina...but they never gave up theyre personal style and never sold out. They are incredible girls that make incredible music. I have endless amounts of respect for them.

Dan Chappell

Its the songwriting that got me about this cd. The girls show with Cries and Whispers an immense amount of growth as artists. The songs are beautifully crafted with the girls weaving flawlessly through each others parts. Songs like Such a Shame and Cold Daylight explore musical territory rarely heard, with the former sounding fittingly like a reqiuem and the later sounding almost like a Nick Drake song before exploding into a sonic assault. Each song on the album impresses because the songs are written honestly and you can feel that the band loves making music and playing with each other. Get this record now so you can brag to your friends that you heard this band before they did.
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