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"I'm Coming Home could be the next big rock power ballad”

“DeHaan’s style is reminiscent of Edie Brickell's, and her distinctive sound combines indie rock with a bit of a country accent. The lyrics speak with simple eloquence of love, heartbreak, ambition and passion”

Christine Casoli - Nights and Weekends

“Each song seems to have a standout value, with its varied rhythms and vocal beauty. Kirsten seems to raise the bar with each song, and the result is one of excitement and wanting more”

Russell Elliot - Musical Discoveries

“Fundamentally, what seperates Kirsten DeHaan from similar artists is that her songs are believable”


“Kirsten DeHaan's voice has been compared to Janis Joplin in more than one instance, but I'm afraid I don't see it. To me, Joplin's voice is grating (I know, hate me if you must) where Kirsten's is much more pleasing. It has a much softer feel yet is still gutsy. Reminds me more of Tanya Donnelly.”

Amy Lotsberg, Collected Sounds

“DeHaan, is a nineties-style punk-pop dynamo. A combination of talent, personal intensity and looks might soon turn Kirsten DeHaan into a major indie player..”

Jon Sobel Blog Critics

“Kirsten magically melds classic influences into her own unique, modern blend of pop rock. Pop might be too light of a word to describe DeHaan's music as she writes insightful, compelling songs that are executed with fervor.”

Laura T. Lynch - Kweevak.com

“'Kirsten DeHaan has built quite a reputation in NYC with her solid folk-rock tunes and passionate delivery. Her music has been featured several times on MTV shows and was nominated #16 Best Female Vocals in Pop/Rock, all-time, by Garageband.com”

The Deli Magazine

“Hugely original, it's DeHaan's voice that throws a happy wrench in the well-crafted pop songs she sings. She's a sweeter hybrid of Shirley Manson and fellow WOMANROCKer Julia Darling”

Woman Rock Magazine

“Ms. Dehaan puts her gift for dulcet tones to good use while exploring the familiar terrain of trying to figure out love and relationships”

Brendon McCullin - 2 Walls Webzine