"...with tracks like the soulful After the Storm is Gone, the fantastic story of The Boys or the sunny saunter of When I Say you see there is more to their songs than just having a good time. Chances are though, if you see them play live that's just what you will have."
“...their sophomore release is another sturdy testament to an act destined to be reckoned with.”
“With their second release, you’ll be hankerin’ to pidgeonhole these boys as ass-kickin’ roadhouse country with a side of outlaw rock’n’roll – but the young New Brunswick band repels all efforts to corral their sound.”
“...these good ol’ boys have spent their time wisely – writing smart songs and grafting them to country-rock sounds that demonstrate a fluency in old-school country as it suggests an upbringing on Lynyrd Skynyrd and Marshall Tucker.”
“I don't like country, but I love The Divorcees”
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“This finely observed country weeper about absence draws much of its gorgeous ache from the vocal interplay between front man Alex Madsen and Montreal's Desveaux. Impeccably produced by the Skydiggers' Josh Finlayson, who has an unerring instinct for when to get out of the way.”
“Country rockers The Divorcees are using their piping hot brand of red-blooded music and sharp humorous lyrics to put the Maritimes on the musical map. From start to finish, “You Ain’t Getting My Country” is a magnificent album bursting with personality, humour, and damn good tunes.”
“Moncton’s Divorcees come closest to the shit-kickin’ outlaw spirit of Handsome Ned. That’s probably because these brew-hoisting roughnecks were raised on the same combination of rebel rock, hayseed twang and barroom brawling.