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“Cariad Harmon…comes from the lineage of jazzy singer-songwriters that includes Joni Mitchell and Rickie Lee Jones. Her modest, lovely debut is a slow-burning set of piano-based torch songs and acoustic-guitar ballads…unlike (Mitchell and Jones), her lyrics seem to span many decades.”
“Four Letters is a well-crafted debut that’s undeniably relaxing to listen to… an enjoyable listen for fans of Sarah McLachlan, Cat Power…who lament the end of happy summer days spent frolicking at Lilith Fair. When the festival returns…perhaps we’ll see Cariad Harmon on the roster.”
“This British singer-songwriter makes late-night music that's part jazz, part folk, and all fuzzy and warm. Harmon's rich, welcoming voice guides the songs on her debut, but the subtle instrumental nudges — soft piano, gently strummed guitar — are inviting too. Perfect music to cozy up to.”
“Cariad Harmon has taken an approach to folk music that seamlessly incorporates jazz, pop and…blues in a way not seen since Nick Drake. Gentle lilting-melodies, simple, relatable stories… hypnotizing string arrangements and production …a captivating slice of New York Americana.”