“…distinguished by an ability to balance streetwise rock aggression with radio-smart hooks. If you’re an A&R executive in a shopping mood, this is a must-hear.” – Larry Flick, Billboard

“…a stack of lulling pop songs with just-add-milk melodies you go for immediately… the quality of writing, singing, and developed arrangements never wavers… like food to a starving pop Shackleton stuck in the Antarctic ice.” – Jack Rabid, The Big Takeover

“…absolutely heavenly… these songs have an immediate impact that make my eardrums euphoric.” – Heather browne, I am Fuel, You are Friends

“…nails their reputation as a forward-looking widescreen pop band that evokes the magnificence of peers like The Flaming Lips, Wilco, Jayhawks & Grandaddy… a new shining star in the indie pop constellation.” –

“This is what I like best about my job. Receiving in the mail a promo copy of a disc by a band I’ve never heard of before, slipping it in the disc player and getting completely blown away.” – John Fleming, The Missoulan

“Half Acre Day offers a Saturday morning cartoon kind of happy matched with darker lyrical content, offering the chance to think a little–while you smile and bob your head.” – Mark Davis, The Advocate

“…16 tracks wash through the ears like a mellower Flaming Lips… would make Wayne Coyne proud.” – Chuck Foster, The Big Takeover

“There is something for everyone on this album… catchy rock tunes, soulful excursions and quick-witted, banjo driven nuttiness. Whatever you do, be prepared for the unexpected with this album.” – Cedric,

“…represents what the absolute very best in songwriting is… This album will become a dear friend.” – Steve Damm,

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