Crawley / Press

“Now the music! The first of the Reverbnation is "High and Low"My fave! Love this tune! Goes through my head! (Find myself humming this tune in the course of my daily routine) I shit you not! Happened to be playin Pearl Jam on Sirius in the other room and had Crawley on the comp. The voices were very similar but Crawley blows Vedder away! Yeah, I'm not even messin'! (Vedder is a fellow Evanston, IL native..., Seattle transplant) Eric has pipes! That scream of \m/!!!! The next song "Today" begins with acoustic guitar and very pastoral and reflective. The song very well written...,excellent as a matter of fact! Picks up at the second go round of the hook! Well done bros! Love the infectious lead guitar! It's one of those riffs that get into your head! I really think at the very least, Crawly will end up with a major distribution deal. That's the just the least of it. I clearly see a major break for Crawley! Here.., just listen to yourselves!”

“Alternative rock bands are very clear when listening to the album, which has surprisingly been released independently, despite the fact that it's material sounds as if this was a major label release... quality stuff is what we get to hear here and it"s highly recommended to fans of typical American Modern/Traditional Rock...”

“...Tonight when I pressed play on the track "Maybe" , I was drawn into my own experiences of heartache, pain, and the feeling we all have when the show must go on. Crawley had me hitting repeat and following the lyrics to the super radio wave rock ballot "Maybe" , and going on down the line of the playlist from the newly released LP "High and Low." I was really drawn in with the title track "HIGH and LOW." I am most impressed with Crawley's ability to stir up emotions while allowing the listener a sense of hope..that this too shall pass. Crawley is really in a rock realm of their own. Bordering on hard rock, metal, alternative, southern rock and metal.That is a tall order for all the listed genres to be covered by one band needless to say on one LP. I am waiting for my signed copy. I am going to be playing HIGH and Low , really loud the day I receive it. Not once, not twice, but like my Cheap Trick and Kid Rock LP'S, I will be cranking High and Low, by Crawley for a lifetime.”