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The Migrant / Press

"stands out as one of the most endearing, touching and memorable records of 2010"

“Leaves you open-mouthed in awe, your head filled with euphony”

“Our advice: Pay the Danegeld (the song “Nothing But Clues” is featured on Word Magazine's December 2010 CD compilation)”

Word Magazine - December 2010

“Sweden have given us the wonderful folk troubadour The Tallest Man On Earth, now we can give thanks to Denmark, because on this evidence The Migrant really could be that good too.”

“Breathtaking heights [...] The Migrant should have a very easy time establishing themselves with the other lords of Danish folk magic, like Efterklang and Slaraffenland.”

“a freewheeling collection of excellent pop-folk”

“The Migrant’s music is all the warmth you need. Soak it in!”

“a stellar find in the mass of music out there ”

“showcases Bendtsen’s vocal ardor”

“All-in-all, it’s a hell of a song (about the first single The Organ Grinder) ”

“if you ask me I believe it is genius in the making”

“a rich and sometimes kooky blend of folk and pop music, created with everything from violins to kitchenware (…) but it’s Bendtsen’s beautiful and strong vocals that really seals the deal.”

“a brilliant display of pop and psychedelia ”

“Every track feels warm and mellow like a heavy drag from a Cuban cigar”