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“The title song, “Driven Back” is a garage blues tune that features over-driven feedback laden guitars, while “You Could Have Had It All” jumps to a retro country-pop ballad with an interesting dual vocal harmony. “Traveler’s Prayer” uses ukulele to bring us a roots reggae inspired song while “Bend in the Road” is tribute to the 70’s country-pop of Glen Campbell and Jimmy Webb.”
“Jesse and Noah are also pushing musical boundaries to create their own path.”
“The ten varied but cohesive tracks make for a great aural vibe.”
“The rule book is thrown out and the brothers deliver.”
"Driven Back" is a gritty blues scorcher with ample amounts of guitar mettle and enough sass to knock Robert Cray on his ass.
“As big a surprise as the recent reunion of legendary country radio station WHN personnel at Hill Country Live was the set by Jesse and Noah that followed.”
“Highlighting the video and song are the incredible instrumental sequences, a distinguishing attribute of these powerful entertainers, and the soul of what makes this video work and 'Waiting On An Echo' a top feature song from the Landfall album.”
"As you listen to ‘Waiting On An Echo’ you get the sense that you are listening to a band that is on the cusp of greatness."
“Country and rock mix together better than Jack Daniels and Coca-Cola on the completely self-produced album "Landfall" from country rockers Jesse And Noah.”
“With one listen to the engaging vocals and intriguing lyrics that distinguish the songs on their new album 'Landfall,' it's easy to see Jesse and Noah Bellamy have inherited the musical gifts that have propelled their father's career for more than 35 years.”
"... Jesse and Noah’s country-rock homage to Southern women: Dirty With A Southern Drawl."--video feature for "Dirty With A Southern Drawl"
“Props to Jesse and Noah Bellamy for stickin’ it to the Contemporary Country MAN with their naughty new music video, “Dirty With a Southern Drawl.””