The great thing about ‘Reflections’ is that it isn’t niche; it hasn’t pigeonholed itself to appeal to fans of a certain style, and it should hook in people that are open to various genres within the alternative music scene and even the mainstream world. These tracks are certainly good enough and hooking enough to be on Radio 1 – this is a brilliant self-released effort.

For fans of Silverstein, The Blackout, Scary Kids Scaring Kids

Read the full review at Broken Arrow Magazine here

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