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““A damn good sounding record... It has a sensibility about it that it is pleasing, and it’s great... A sense of urgency about a lot of the production technique and the song writing... (a force) surging forward... A wonderful CD.””
“'(A Crooked Storyline) feels like an ode to Canadian bands like The Rheostatics, Blue Rodeo, The Tragically Hip, Save This House and older era Spirit of the West. If you were to take the best elements of each of those bands – the great harmonies, the sonic layering, the murky underbelly and the engaging storytelling – you would end up with this band. Which is perhaps a product of the musical intimacy Years of Ernest has over most other bands."”
“Experience what The Windsor Star called: “What really matters... the very emphatic and now-sounding rock of Years of Ernest... The album rocks with the intensity of The Tragically Hip and the rootsy crossover appeal of Wilco and Death Cab for Cutie... The album has a number of high points...They’ve let out all the stops...” Follow the link to read the entire interview!”