The first is from music reviewer and folk aficionado Helen Gregory. She says:
It’s a rare and welcome thing to find artists who draw their inspiration from a wide range of music, particularly folk, and yet still manage to add their own individual stamp and avoid sounding derivatively homogeneous.
Read the whole review on her blog.
The second is from Liverpool reviewer Ian D. Hall over at Liverpool Sound and Vision. He says:
Ella Brown is an acoustic high, a tremble of variety, the huge wedge of sincerity and unabashed sense of the natural, Ruth Moss’ voice towers above the set scene and lifts the story up high.
The whole review is over at his website.
Thank you Helen and Ian for writing about our single.