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Willison Roos / Press

“Harmony vocals are very much to the fore, and when combined with Burry’s sterling fiddle playing, their songs soar. In their hometown of Boise, Idaho, they’re making a name for themselves filling local venues. That’s no surprise. I’m sure they’d make a name for themselves wherever they were based. They’re too good to ignore. “All These Years” is their debut record, a dozen tracks long, it’s a powerful showcase for songs and performances. It includes their first writing collaborations, album opener “Flywheel” and the retro-fitted and faultless “Something Beautiful”, a song which brings to mind a folky Jefferson Airplane. Equally enjoyable are “Something in the Wind”, where Burry is on top form and the Willison’s epic, Celtic flavoured story-song, “Wildflower”.”