"A rough, gruff and tumble voice that pulls away at lyrics this good is
the kind of daydream we need in England to reignite a spark for credible
new songwriters. Fans of folk, poetry and rock 'n' roll should pay
attention to this wholly earnest and breathtakingly awe inspiring rogue"
Alex lee thomspon, music journalist, NME london
“Between them, Elliot and Rapunzel take the smoky-room, rare-steak, bourbon-laced sound of his voice and weave in the softer, country-edged sound of hers to concoct a powerful brew - one you’ll want to taste again and again. In fact, when you listen to this music be ready for its essence to linger in your head for days.”
“‘Stick or Twist’ features a master class in song writing from them both and Rapunzel’s spine chilling vocals on tracks such as Rivers of Gold and the award winning ‘Music’ as well as her own compositions matched with Elliot’s instrumentation and unique vocal delivery make this an early and strong contender for local album of the year and it’s only January!'”
"Heroic and Compelling"
— Venue Magazine
"Beauty’s in the ear of the beholder, and it’s here in the most diverse of forms as Sarapunzel’s crystalline harmonies weave a silvery web around Elliot Hall’s rough-hewn, unaffected vocals on his songs and he fashions a gravelly baritone ballast for her achingly soulful utterings on hers. I’m reminded of the peerless partnership of Gram Parsons and Emmylou Harris on Gram’s headliner albums of the early seventies; the contrast between his rough diamonds and her polished gems"