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Runaway Dorothy / Press

“One of my favorites!”

“pretty much amazing”

“DO NOT MISS: Runaway Dorothy, SXSW ”

“Very cool band from New York!”

“Band that wears their heart on their sleeve..”

“That Runaway Dorothy album is killer. It's great. It's so good...”

“Runaway Dorothy is a friend comforting you, a hand on your shoulder, a hug, and maybe even a kiss. The Arc has the ability to sneak into your head and release thoughts you didn’t even know you possessed.”

“It’s not every day that you come across a record from a band that makes you feel their heart, passion, and life experiences in their words and the way they strum the guitar but that’s what you get from Runaway Dorothy and their debut full-length album, The Arc. If you haven’t heard of Runaway Dorothy, you certainly will. This band is not only worth your time, it’s worth your money. ”

“Tremendous...The Arc just might be one of the year's best discs...Runaway Dorothy is a band to watch in 2011.”

“Fronted by David Parnell, Runaway Dorothy showcases a classic alt-country vibe that plain and simple, scratches me where I itch (various ointments and creams have yet to work as well a this album has…too much info?). The production is sparse and the melodies are mournful. The Arc flows with an ease that is laid-back yet completely engaging.”

“David Parnell, the singer-songwriter behind the band runaway dorothy lets the world know he is a simple Southern boy who wears his fractured heart on his sleeve, as evidenced by the band's crushingly endearingly honest debut album, The Arc.”

Andrea Warner - Charleston City Paper

“The lyrical strength of David Parnell’s work is evident on his song, “Takes Alot of Love,” where he hits you right in the heart with this line “it takes a lot of love/to leave you alone.” I’ve yet to hear a line that came so close to capturing the emotion of putting someone behind you and not bothering them, though all you want to do is hear their voice one more time. Parnell was able to do it.”