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LAWRENCE COUNTY REVIEWS

What they said ...

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Ferocious Blog

'Nottamun Town' is a delightful selection of folk songs treated reverently and creatively with cajon, bass, fiddle, accordion, mandolin, guitars, banjo and of course voices – the layers and dynamics in the mix is incredibly pleasing ... It’s been brilliantly recorded, mixed and mastered – and packaged with evocative and atmospheric photography of Nottingham.

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NO DEPRESSION THE ROOTS MUSIC AUTHORITY

"... like a breath of fresh air in a crowded musical marketplace ... with their subtle mix of traditional British Folk Music and Bluegrass, and an emphasis on witty Americana-flavoured lyrics"

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AMERICANA UK

"Songs that could have been penned by The Pogues or Ewan McColl"

"‘The Frailty of Humans’ is, at times, dark and disturbing, but is shot through with black humour. A richly rewarding album, it’s full of great story songs – some of which sound like they’ve been sung and played in the backrooms of remote pubs for many years. That’s how they do it in the country.

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LUCAS JACKSON (COUNTRY RETREAT)

"As British as the Kinks ... but with that 60's Townes Van Zandt feel"

"If ever there was an apt record title for ‘our times’ then, it’s The Frailty of Humans ... a rather majestic and genre defying musical experience.

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