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“KEXP Song of the day.”
“NPR: Song of The Day - "Campfire OK's "Strange Like We Are" grows as it goes, with handclaps and three-part harmonies culminating in powerful choruses." THREE IMAGINARY GIRLS - "a smorgasbord of tasty sounds, slowly-simmered songs, and crackling good production" KEXP - "The much newer Seattle folk collective" SEATTLE WEEKLY - "Local collective Campfire OK is one of those beautiful, restless entities that don't stay in one place for too long but still manage to write concise, focused songs. Strongly rooted in the raw acoustic roots of the Smithsonian Folkways Anthology series, the band pushes the boundaries of the revival band stigma, incorporating subtle modern elements (synth swells and delay pedals) effortlessly atop the weathered antique frames of their songs" FENSEPOST.COM - "these guys may be the band everyone says they like, even if they have never heard of them, because of a fear built in all music lovers of sounding like an amateur listener" ”
“...Reminiscent to bands like the Fleet Foxes and Anathallo. The perfect sound...”
“Campfire Ok’s soft indie rock has decidedly folk and Americana influences with beautiful male-female vocal harmonies wafting over piano arpeggios, accented by dark rhodes electric piano undertones.”