Local trio No Good Sister has been making a name for itself on the regional folk circuit with classic three-part vocal harmonies delivering songs about love and lust with a comedic slant — you’ll hear puns, double-entendres and straight-up digs against romantic partners past and present all across their You Can Love Me LP, which came out earlier this month.

With their local release party coming up on April 22nd at Boot and Saddle, the three women at the front of the band — Meaghan Kyle, Jess McDowell and Maren Sharrow — joined Ian Zolitor on the WXPN Folk Show on Sunday night for a performance and conversation. Backed by frequent collaborator Mike “Slo-Mo” Brenner on resonator guitar, the band performed the song “Just Tonight,” and chatted with Zolitor about their origins at the World Cafe at the Queen open mic series, as well as the making of the record and the band they’ll play it live with.

In the mix with all of this, the band spins “Fireworks” and “Everything Else” from the album. Listen to the performance and interview, and stream the album in its entirety below. For tickets and more information on No Good Sister’s April 22 show at Boot and Saddle, head to the XPN Concert Calendar.

No Good Sister on WXPN Folk Show