““The Dunwells cover so many musical bases, it is scary. One minute it can be all CSN harmony-led-folk-like tunes, and the next minute they are into Crowded House territory. Add to that a little country rock, blues playing, damn fine pop tunes and three lead vocalists, what’s not to like?”
““…this English band could be one of the break-out acts of 2012.” “’I Could Be a King’…is inspirational…’Blind Sighted Faith’ opens with two triumphant power chords that would surely make Pete Townsend smile, then segues into a chiming array of guitars that recall U2’s The Edge. The song itself suggests what The Eagles might have sounded like if Don Henley and Glenn Frey had grown up in England, instead of the United States.” ”
““The Dunwells! Have arrived. 1st LA show at Hotel Café stunning…great songs played w/ everything they’ve got…so much fun to root for em.””
““Blind Sighted Faith is looking to be one of the best pop albums of 2011...The whole album is a solid mix of John Mayer and Marc Broussard…with a hint of Don Henley and the Eagles." ”
““…a British spin on Americana music…rootsy songwriting that brings to mind the vocal harmonies of Crosby, Stills & Nash and Mumford and Sons.” ”
““…soft rock melodies…offset by some glorious vocal harmonies and silky lead guitar breaks. Prepare for a feast.” ”
““…a stellar collection of folk-infused rock with elements that lead to comparisons between such bands as CSNY, Mumford & Sons, and Counting Crows. The Dunwells are poised to generate a lot of buzz here in the States.” ”
““With pristine harmonies and compositional maturity, imagine if The Eagles formed two years ago. Should fly high.” ”
"Blind Sighted Faith is a gorgeously organic offering rife with eloquent lyrics and elegant instrumentation. Singer Joe Dunwell tells stories with panache and passion directly fortified by the diverse electric and acoustic sounds emanating from the band. Harmoniously haunting and musically divine, The Dunwells have fashioned a modern gem with Blind Sighted Faith."
"Anyone that’s seen them has just been ‘Oh My God!’ They’re mind boggling! The quality of the songs, the quality of the playing, the quality of the vocals, the harmonies. Man, they’re like Mumford And Sons times 10!