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“Alternative Press Magazine named Courage My Love as one of "100 Bands You Need To Know in 2012"”
“Courage My Love: London, Ontario, pop punk trio led by a couple of cute-as-a-button 16 year-old twin sisters on guitars and drums. Gene Simmons (yes, him) scouted them as possible signings for his record label. http://ilovecouragemylove.com.”
“Phoenix Arn-Horn podcast interview with her sponsors at Los Cabos Drumsticks”
“Up for the challenge were Kitchener natives Courage My Love. Their melodic metal sound was a stark contrast to Borins’ folky style, as evidenced by the mini moshpit that formed for their performance. Headbanging and thrashing through their powerful set, the band played their hit single “Bridges” and closed with the riff heavy “Smoke and Mirrors.” They may have been the youngest band there but they certainly rocked the hardest. ”
“Consisting of two 16 year old sisters, Mercedes (guitar and vocals) and Phoenix (drums, cello, and vocals) and 18 year old bassist, David Blake-Dickson (who bears a striking resemblance to Superbad’s McLovin), Courage My love is not just a superb rock band, they are a Kim Fowley wet dream. The Runaways with talent, the Bangles with balls, Electric Dala, hell, I’d better stop trying to explain. You just have to see these kids. You have to hear their voices, listen to them play, and see them on stage to appreciate just how good they are and how great they’ll be. The thing is, I know that this is just the tip of the iceberg. (click link to read full review)...”