There is something sweet, simple and sublime about hearing pure female voices in perfect harmony. That is the signature sound of The Ault Sisters, one captured in pristine fashion on their new album, Butterflies .The sisters may all still be in their teens, but their long history of singing together has meant they have forged a strongly coherent and natural vocal sound few of their peers can match. The album features both inventive reworkings of classic pop tunes from the '60s, '70s and '80s and fresh original contemporary songs from some of Toronto, Canada's finest songwriters. There's a refreshing diversity of tone and tempo on Butterflies. The title track (co-written by Kavanagh and Jenna Andrews) and "Any Better" (co-written by Kavanagh, Chris Smith and Phil Scharf) are sweet romantic ballads, while the lead-off track, "You Give Me Everything" (by noted songstress Wendy Lands) and "No-One Hears Me" (by Russ Boswell and Michele Mele) are catchy and spirited modern pop-rock tunes. "L.O.V.E." has a cool retro '50s pop-jazz vibe, "All My Loving" neatly captures the fresh innocence of the Beatles original, and "Let's Hear It For The Boy" is a fun romp featuring stellar sibling harmonies. With Butterflies, The Ault Sisters have crafted an album to match the delicate beauty of their title's inspiration. Watch it take flight.