"Woodford Green are the real deal. Their sound is one of beautifully delicate, coruscating melodies and wistful, intertwined boy/girl vocal melodies. They make a sound replete with effortless lo-fi charm that just about stays the right side of twee. It's heart-warming stuff. And I recommend watching their homemade videos at myspace.com/woodfordgreen. You can also download free demos from last.fm. The mariachi-tinged sparkle of Herman And Hannah is must-hear folk-pop. They're a very talented bunch. And one that have been attracting increasing acclaim across Devon." Jamie Harper - NORTH DEVON JOURNAL March, 2011
"Woodford Green - potentially but not definitely named after the London suburb of the same name - are in this case a gorgeous acoustic-twee duo from the South West of England. They offer the same charming slice of guitar, accordion, xylophone and glock as Pengilly's, except reportedly they make their noise from scrambled eggs, sailors, cupcakes and red squirrels. Undeniably exceptional and extraordinarily charming without making you nauseous in the slightest."
"Fun, Inventive, Tuneful Folk"