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Hawk and Dove / Press

“This Yesterday Will Never End [is] slightly more upbeat than the band's other material, bops along with poppy background vocals accompanying a raspy lead vocal. Hawk and Dove channel a 60’s pop band and a modern alternative outfit in one tune, for fans of storytelling lyrics and expressive instrumentation”

"Elijah Miller has a voice that’s somewhere between Jeff Tweedy and Bon Iver, and in my book that’s a very good thing. When he sings the slow folksy Stain and Boy On The Moon, you hear what perfection sounds like."

"Rocking Chair is an intellectual EP with a surreal, psychedelic bent that will reward careful listeners. They're a band that is likely to develop a fiercely loyal core following"

"Miller’s emotional lyrics and often-whispered vocals run counterpoint to Kleber’s in-your-face guitar work. Hawk and Dove bring something new and fresh to the table"

“It's relatively calm on the surface, with pretty violins and controlled rise-and-falls, but there's a definite force that comes through in the vocals — the sound of a person who's been severely hurt — resulting in material likened to Bright Eyes in his I'm Wide Awake, It's Morning era”

“the "boy on the moon" breaks my heart and "stain" follows me around all day”

New York Sun

“Hawk and Dove play the alternative country that David Bowie never wrote...”

The Worcester Telegram & Gazette

"…Hawk and Dove establishes the new psychedelic country movement."

New York Sun