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We will take the children early in the morning into the forest, where it is thickest; we will make a fire, and we will give each of them a piece of bread, then we will go to our work and leave them alone; they will never find the way home again, and we shall be quit of them. (“Hansel and Gretel,” Household TalesJacob and Wilhelm Grimm)

What dark purposes drive the tales of pre-industrial Europe and Scandinavia?

Fairchildren’s first EP, “Crumbs for Flints,” a collection of songs based on the fairy tales of the Brothers Grimm and Hans Christian Andersen, “gives haunting, holy voice to some of the darkest spots of imagination,” says Eryc Eyl of the Denver Post’s Reverb. Conveying a “macabre mood,” Julie Davis, Joseph Pope III, Patrick Meese and James Han, play songs that create “an eerie exchange between death and growth, loneliness and joy,” (Sean Moeller, Daytrotter).