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Bryce Clifford & Brother Superior / Press

“Toronto boy makes good in Texas, and brings hard-hitting Austin band here to meet the locals. Indie roots-rock who “perform with a wheels-might-come-off intensity.””

“Influenced as much by British new-wave as the Band and Van Morrison, Clifford leads a heavy hitting band with his rueful and acerbic lyrics and bar room scarred vocals.”

“*9 of 10 stars "The quality of the songs and playing never falters over the 40 plus minutes, finishing with the penultimate track 'Last Call In The North East' with it's haunting harmonica, guitar and lyrics clearly show that they have the talent to make their mark, overall a very impressive record."”

“Bryce Clifford has a terrific voice that in the beautiful ballads such as "Last Call in The Northeast" and the epic "One More Shot" touches the heart and leaves a lot of fans with their mouths wide open. They don't take a second seat to any artist with the Replacements-esque "Woodstock".”

Wiebren Rijkeboer - Netherlands Alt-Country Music

"Beautiful is Never Alone"...this exquisite ballad is graced with scarred barroom vocals from the Steve Forbert/Marah school of croak-singing and an aching sax solo that seems well-acquainted enough with the Stones' "Waiting on a Friend" to qualify as something of a homage.

John Sakamoto - Toronto Star

“There is no easy way to describe this CD. Each attempt to really describe "Signal The Sun" comes down to cliché. You need hear Clifford's music!! You’ll be surprised by the unexpected directions it will take you and the musical pictures it paints, often filled with dark texts. ”

“More Reviews at www.sonicbids.com/bryceclifford”

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