A pretty flattering write up

New music bloggers notes and vibes gave us a pretty fab write up recently. They said things like 'this duo is nothing short of exceptional' and also 'Thank you Burnt Letters, for reminding me of music’s capacity to instill certain emotions that transcend reality'. 

We were already blushing, and then they wrote:

Burnt Letters released a self-titled EP this year, and every song is a mesmerizing blend of masterfully crafted folk-indie rock. There are definitely plenty of country, folk, and alternative influences playing into their sound that make it the perfect fusion of melodies. The combo of male and female voices has always been something I enjoy. Not to mention that both of these artists posses the skills to shine on their own. 


Review of our spot with The Acfields

A couple of weeks ago we were lucky enough to support The Acfields launch their debut album at The Toff in Town. They were a-may-zing. And the other support, Dan Parsons? Also a-may-zing. .

Accordingly, The Dwarf wrote a glowing review—and we were pretty delighted to see some good things about us there too. Things like, ' this duo certainly has a touch of June Carter and Johnny Cash'. Yep, we'll take that!