"Speak Plainly encompasses its creators' past lives as farmers, audio-visual techs and book peddlers, in an EP chock full of precise, organic production flowing through intelligent, agrarian narratives."
"Throughout the EP comparisons can be made between Warm in the Wake and The Shins, Teenage Fan Club or Beach House. However, for the most part the Georgia group maintains its individual integrity by weaving consistent songwriting with eclectic experimentation."
"These guys continue to be about as good as indie pop gets."
"Celestial and tidal, it offers the most zoned-out, stoned-immaculate tones of their cosmic Americana thus far, like they recorded the whole thing in some sunken castle."