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REVIEWS OF  ‘SEARCHING FOR THE SUPERTRUTH’, OUT NOW ON CLUBHOUSE RECORDS

 

"This is quite simply a terrific record" 4/5 - The Sunday Express

 

"...brims over with infectious hooks and delectable melodies." 4/5 - The Sunday Business Post

 

"...a fine collection of songs that may well prove to be one of the best British albums of the year." 8/10 – Americana UK

 

“Charming Indie jangle from talented Bennett brothers. Lovely country slow burners…sharing space with paisley underground jangle. Brings all these influences into one fantastic package” 8/10 - Uncut

 

"Their debut album, Brothers In Brooklyn, was one of the best Americana albums of 2012. Hell, it was one of the best albums of 2012, period. I have no hesitation in saying this is one of the best for 2015... The Dreaming Spires are the Stephen Hawking of contemporary cosmic country" – Fatea

 

‘’The Dreaming Spires have crafted a majestic and inventive album that straddles genres and magnificently ignores trends, an album to sit back and savour.’’ 9/10 - Rhythmn and Booze

 

“Interstellar country-rock.” - Songwriter Magazine

 

"This album contains some of the most melodic, haunting music you will hear anywhere." - AmericanRoots UK

 

‘’…one of the prime candidates for UK alt-country album of the year, even as we barely hit March.’’ - Three Chords and The Truth

 

 

 

 

REVIEWS OF  ‘BROTHERS IN BROOKLYN’, also OUT NOW ON CLUBHOUSE RECORDS

 

 

“…the most thrilling country rock debut album since Big Star" **** Q

 

“if you’re partial to that lineage of American guitar music that touches on The Byrds, Neil Young, Tom Petty and The Jayhawks, this may well be your album of the year.” Happening!

 

"this is very much up there among the best albums of the year." Netrhythms

 

"it's clever, fresh-faced, melodic and it believes.'' **** The Independent

 

''...power-pop hooks and sweet harmonies'' 8/10 UNCUT

 

"...clear-eyed power-pop. Think Petty. Think Parker"   WORD

 

“This is an album with a powerful soul”   Fatea Magazine