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““This beguiling 9 song album… [takes] you into these electro-acoustic soundscape songs where electric sitar has a place alongside lap steel guitars and strings, plus Hammond organ and electrobeats (the latter from producer Steve Fisk who worked with Nirvana and the Posies, big ticks for both). But there's more going on here than just gentle seduction into intelligent music which at times drifts towards meaningful alt.country” ”
““…The group somehow manages to paradoxically balance informality and aloofness without wearing out their welcome. The band effortlessly gathers acoustic alt-rock and alt-country staples with a bluesy polish that’s coalesced together with Alicia Dara’s sultry lead vocals. Gorgeous imagery and tender, bittersweet stories give their eponymous debut album a sense of exposed honesty and raw legitimacy that most bands have to fight for their entire careers.””
““Well-produced with lush sonics, Dara knows how to make a melodic record… a talented vocalist with a wide range and charming voice””
““[Covering] David Bowie’s ‘Heroes’ is a hard feat… but Dara’s version has it’s own soul””