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Andrew Leahey & the Homestead / Press

“… The interplay between the musicians is surefooted and enthusiastic, recalling the work of players well accustomed to one another after a few years of playing roadhouses. Leahey’s songwriting is planted firmly in country-influenced roots rock, with melodies whose sunny side doesn’t undercut their emotional strength, and while many of the tunes here have a firm but easygoing country stride, such as “Flyover Country” and “Heart Off My Hands,” these guys don’t mind rocking out.”

Mark Deming - All Music Guide

“Country rock done proud with just enough Gram Parsons influence to provide the honky tonk cosmic American vibe but not too much to make singer/songwriter Leahey just another Flying Burrito Brothers super fan. Recorded quickly and predominantly live in a “semi-vacant 1930s movie theatre” during a productive three days, the songs and performances breathe with a rootsy realism that’s natural and organic. The tunes float, the guitars chime and Leahey’s unforced vocals keep the vibe fresh, vibrant and bracing, no easy feat in a genre overstuffed with less talented competitors.”