Backwords / Press

““their acidic folk-pop can be striking.””

Pop Matters

““They sure are doing something nobody else we are aware of is doing in NYC right now: unpretentious, mellow psych folk that speaks to the heart.””

The Deli Magazine

““Twangy Americana, 70s psych rock… The buffalo still do roam.””

The L Magazine

““Retro guitar tones, and an indefinable freshness… like being serenaded by that older brother you don’t have, along with his sweet, hippie friends.””

My Old Kentucky Blog

““Backwords manages to sound classic and completely new at the same time.””

NYC Taper

““With 60s girl group vocals that are cut with a harshness that recalls Pavement, this quartet isn’t afraid to push towards psychedelic edges.””

The Wild Honey Pie

"The band's sound is rustic Americana and there are elements of Dylan, Neil Young and Nebraska-era Springsteen in the music."