Sister trio Joseph stopped by the Paste Studio to play stripped-down versions from their new album: "Good Luck Kid," "Revolving Door," "Fighter" and "Without You." This is the third LP for the family of folk-pop singers—Natalie Schepman and her sisters Allison and Meegan Closner—who broke out in 2016 with fierce songs like "White Flag" and "Canyon." These new tunes are no less fierce, though. In fact, they're even fierier. "Fighter" is an uplifting stronghold. "Without You" is an uncertain trek into singlehood, but Joseph's harmonies make it sound empowered. And the title track is a refusal to back down, even in the face of impending adulthood anxieties and pressures. "It came from a moment," Closner said during the session. "I'm 32-years-old, and I just had this moment where I was like, "Oh, I'm the adult now? It's me? Oh wow ok, I guess here we are.' And this world is up to us. It's up to me."