IHeartHamilton: “…an impressive ensemble that blend jazz, folk, and pop/rock, using guitars, piano, cello, lap steel, trumpet, all sorts of percussion, and more. The result is a rich, smooth sound with lovely vocals…”
Schreibstoff.com: “…Sehr schöner verspielter Folk-Pop dieser fünfköpfigen Gruppe aus den Canada…”
Vents Magazine: “…I am completely in love with Deanna Wells’ voice and I love the sound of the band…”
Hanus TV: “…Ophelia Syndrome approached All Things Forgotten as a chance to reinvent their experimental sound to deliver a truly memorable album…”
La Mazmorra: “…All Things Forgotten, un álbum de exquisito buen gusto y con una enorme variedad de sonidos, combinando elementos de rock o pop con otros más cercanos al folk e incluso al jazz…”
Lito Music: (Translated) “‘All Things Forgotten’, an album of exquisite taste and a huge variety of sounds, combining elements rock or pop with others closer to folk and even jazz. If we add a very elaborate instrumentation and rich vocal harmonies details and absolutely delicious, the result can not be better.”
On Earbuddy: First Listen: “ The band just released their new album, All Things Forgotten, that front-woman Deanna describes as vivid memories. Quite frequently I comment on how horrible my memory is, and these songs are little snapshots of moments and thoughts that I might have forgotten otherwise. At some point everything blurs together, you can only hope for some clarity in the chaos.”
Muruch: “… Their mellow, indie sound reminds me a little of ’90s femme-fronted bands like The Cranberries, The Sundays and/or 10,000 Maniacs…” To read the full post, please visit Muruch.
Here on write. click. cook. listen. you will find a delicious recipe for Lentil Burgers, and also a post about our album. Food and OS, yum!
Another nice little post about our album on Best in New Music.
Here’s another very nice write up on Der Impuls.
Exit 61:” We spent years doing two things, sitting in traffic and listening to music. Here’s a list of songs to crank in your car.”. They added 6 8 Song to the list!
Plus a news piece on dans le mur… du son.