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Spaceport Union / Press

"Quite simply ‘Flirting with the Queen’ is a triumph that will win the hearts and minds of all who hear it and for progressive fans it is an absolute must."

"There are a number of bands and artists that can stake a claim to be able to genuinely reinvent what progressive music is all about; with 'Flirting with the Queen', Spaceport Union have proven themselves to be more than worthy contenders. "

Fireworks Magazine (UK)

"The word ‘eclectic’ is overused, but is fully merited here, reflecting idiosyncratic instrument choice, and some quite astonishing and varied sounds and compositions. Rarely has an album surprised me so much as it has developed...‘Flirting with the Queen’ is highly recommended... It’s a fine, fine debut album from a talented and creative outfit."

"‘Minnow’ is a modern prog classic in the making. Ethereal and dreamy, edgy and experimental, and “recorded live off the floor,” its emotional weight is carried by Spence’s haunting vocal."

"Spaceport Union's 'Flirting With The Queen' (spaceportunion.com) is a charmingly bright, poppy prog work. Adam Basterfield's Canadian band evoke Supertramp, David Byrne even Radiohead, and Caroline Spence's falsetto brings rich colour to a highly enjoyable set."

Classic Rock Prog Magazine (UK)

"Spaceport Union delivers variety in its most artful, hybridized form. Here’s something truly eclectic."