The band is fronted by Sarah Scott and her traffic-stopping vocals, which have been compared with Bjork, Gwen Stefani, Billie Holiday, Tori Amos and other greats -- but as Tablet Magazine notes, Sarah "avoids the usual female-vocalist pigeonholes by simply transcending all of them." Sarah's voice is supported by the lushly layered music and production of guitarist/composer Jonathan Kochmer and producer Eric Rosse (Tori Amos, Chris Isaak) and a who's-who of some of the world's best session and live players.
Their Grammy-balloted sophomore release is "an enigmatic pop masterwork that establishes this Seattle-based duo as one of contemporary pop's most passionate and adventurous new groups" (Silver Platters). "'Looking for Landmarks' pushes the boundaries of alternative pop" (All Music Guide).
Two Loons for Tea has toured nationally, and the West Coast four times.
Two Loons for Tea's upcoming 3rd CD, "Nine Lucid Dreams," was recorded at Willie Nelson's Pedernales Studios in Austin, TX, Avast in Seattle, WA, and The Boat in Silver Lake, Los Angeles, and will be released internationally in 2007.