"Road trip through the Mojave, sun setting, driving South, road and sky deliquescing into vortex of Pluto and Hell."
— Mordikai Crump
"A blues soaked journey into the caves of your ancestors."
— Terrascope UK
"Deep, meditational sound expansion."
— Bull City Records
"It’s somehow both purely experimental music and heavily traditional: a remarkable trick."
— Spectrum Culture
"An atmospheric, trance inducing burst of opaque moonlight."
— Master Tribe
"A shamanistic psychedelic meditation through the desert."
— Austin Sound
"One of those albums that bends your perception of time."
— Sound Fix
"Headdress play blues the way a collared dove sings blues, i.e.: it’s in their breathing patterns, as innate as living itself."
— Julian Cope
"Like watching the sun fall behind a never-ending horizon."
— Aquarius Records
"Lunes is a massive album of psychedelic drone and ambient metal. It’s a heavy record, for sure."
— No Quarter
“A hazy brand of desert night blues caked in clay and baked by the setting sun. These are lonesome moon odes to desperate spaces; murky dreams full of easy venom and soft elixirs.”
— Raven Sings The Blues
“ Texan nomad fellas on a dark, lonesome, reverb-soaked high — think the Stones’ “Wild Horses” in super-slow-mo and you’re getting there.”
— Arthur Magazine
“Full of hauntingly psychedelic songs the whole album is a magical listening experience rich with wonder and mystery.”
— Terrascope UK
“Beautifully lo-fi, Headdress’ “Turquoise” is more of an experience than a flat out album.”
— Culture Warrior