"Road trip through the Mojave, sun setting, driving South, road and sky deliquescing into vortex of Pluto and Hell."
"A blues soaked journey into the caves of your ancestors."
"Deep, meditational sound expansion."
Bull City Records
"It’s somehow both purely experimental music and heavily traditional: a remarkable trick."
"An atmospheric, trance inducing burst of opaque moonlight."
"A shamanistic psychedelic meditation through the desert."
"One of those albums that bends your perception of time."
"Headdress play blues the way a collared dove sings blues, i.e.: it’s in their breathing patterns, as innate as living itself."
"Like watching the sun fall behind a never-ending horizon."
"Lunes is a massive album of psychedelic drone and ambient metal. It’s a heavy record, for sure."
“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.”
“Full of hauntingly psychedelic songs the whole album is a magical listening experience rich with wonder and mystery.”
“Beautifully lo-fi, Headdress’ “Turquoise” is more of an experience than a flat out album.”