"Hello Caller have a knack for combining the simple structures of singer songwriter pop with lush, ambitious arrangements."
“One part dark songwriter a la Elliott Smith, one part folk a la early Sufjan Stevens combine into the amalgam that is Hello Caller.”
“Instantly conjures comparisons to Midlake’s amazing Trials of Van Occupanther album that I fucking loved dearly. Awesome stuff.”
“Excellent… soaring harmonies and xylophone notes.”
“A nice blend of Americana with baroque pop influences.”
“A stunning debut.”
“Earthy, emotional appeal…the textured instrumentation [of] Grizzly Bear and Beirut.”