"With acoustic guitar in hand she weaves beautiful tapestries of folk-inspired melody with a voice that could cure a migraine..."
"The CD contains melodies listeners won’t soon forget, along with Belliveau’s sweet and gentle voice that carries her music straight to the heart."
"A gentle patina in her voice gives [...] a sense of character unfamiliar to many indie acoustic singers, tinged with a soul unmatched by her peers. [...] very honest and intimate"
“I can’t recommend [her album] enough. It’s the kind of music that unfolds slowly but surely through repeat listens, revealing layers of rich nuance and secret delights. She’s got a knack for making naturalistic imagery and personal reflection merge in striking ways; it sometimes feels like the audio equivalent of early American naturalist photography and paintings...”
"Her songs have depth, both musically and lyrically, and there is an urgency in her voice that invites us into the moment and into the beauty. Listen:"
"The rain falls and the birds take shelter, singing songs from covered perches. [...] Beautifully accompanying the percussive patter of the rain. Their song rises and falls with the rain’s intensity. Singing from their shelter of hollowed out evergreens. These are the songs of Gina Belliveau. Drizzle and downpour all at once. Nuanced and in your face."
"The force is strong with this one."