“Lindsay Fuller and The Cheap Dates evoke shimmering highway roadside hazes. Broken dreams that give way to new hopes, defiant but fragile. Quite bloody promising.”
“Fuller is a feisty piece of work coming across like a collision between Lucinda Williams and Johnny Cash with Nick Cave as an innocent bystander caught in the chaos. She has a full-bodied, hell-bent approach to her songs.”
"Lindsay Fuller is anything but generic. The Seattle transplant uses her deep-South upbringing as inspiration for brooding folk songs about love, loneliness, and small-town life—perfect for someone whose voice is as gritty and affecting as hers. Girl's got soul—albeit a heavy one.