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“With their ball-busting stage presence and new full-length album, Plan B, A Lot Like Birds is proving to be one of the most promising up-and-comers of 2010.”
“Entrance. Impress. Destroy. This seems to be what A Lot Like Birds lives by as their music is devoted to to such a creed. Nestled in Sacramento, California, the seven-piece band has been torturing minds and ears with creativity ever since Plan B has been released”
“Unsigned Band of The Week”
“...a great achievement for them. This album sounds like what I had hoped Fall of Troy’s follow up to Doppelgänger would sound like. It’s progressive, it’s temperamental, it’s symphonic, and it’s full of lengthy complex songs that are not afraid to go off on saxophone-fueled tangents.”
“...Ripping guitars, staccato start-stop arrangements, post-prog drum precision, even Yes-like keys”
“No two songs sound the same, yet everything flows and the instrumentation will surely leave you with your jaw on the floor, heavy from trying to withhold the gallons of drool each and every guitar lick/sax solo/and drum pattern brings about”
“The arrangements and journeys through genres and influences on Plan B are utterly indescribable...like a Baskin Robbins ice cream parlour who want you to try every musical taste known to man... Spine-shattering anthems and brain-melting instrumental rides off into nowhere.”