"[Play for the Films] reminds me of my favorite parts of Wilco and the Jayhawks. I have it in the player in my car and just keep playing it."
"The Bellerose quartet plays true Americana, the kind usually inspired by wide-open spaces and the history of country and acoustic blues."
"Fans of Wilco, Son Volt and the Jayhawks will quickly cotton to Butchers Blind, and they’ll be pleased to find the band’s music stands on the shoulders of alt.country giants rather than follows blindly in their footsteps."
"Cinemascope songwriting backed by powerhouse performance." Best of 2015
"[Destination Blues] proves they are a band that is evolving while creating and maintaining their very own identity in the alt-country world." Best of 2011
"There’s a rugged, blue collar feel running through this EP that emits a tremendous amount of sincerity which leads me to believe that if bands like Son Volt or The Jayhawks ever meant anything to you... Butchers Blind will, too."
"[Destination Blues] follows a great American tradition: excellent songwriting, genuine musicianship and ballsy rock n’ roll and country songs about drinking and fucking up and pouring your heart out."
"Their melodies are ingratiating in the way of fine pop records, and Mancini is a vocalist whose vulnerability holds you from the first word."