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“Don’t be mistaken, though: whereas other groups choose pop gleam over country grit, Folk Family Revival is polished enough to shine yet still ragged enough to charm. Whether they’re breaking your heart or rocking your face with a fiddle-screamin’ runaway-banjo get-down, they do it with undeniable chemistry and a wealth of musical inspiration, including alt-rock, bluegrass and folk…They may be new on the scene, but these guys could make it big.”
“'Unfolding' is quite possibly the best debut album from any band that we've heard in the past ten years.”
“’Unfolding’ remains a very interesting album from beginning to end. While you listen to this beautiful debut album realize that you are listening to a few gems that have sprung up in the music world.”
“The fact that a young band can produce a mature album like last year's Unfolding their first go 'round is an impressive feat [the album] incorporates traditional themes of spirituality, love and life on the road with a cohesive country sound that is as comfortable as it is unique.”
“Folk Family Revival is one of those bands that could open for a mainstream Nashville country act, an indie folk band or even bands like Beaumont’s country and folk-tinged Ruxpins or Ramblin’ Boys, which integrates punk rock into their particular brand of country.”