“Much like their previous work, the title track is veiled in elegance, slightly spellbound and caught in a haze of woozy pop. What lies beneath the beauty is the perils of heartbreak, a story cast in stone by Lindsay’s soft, ethereal croons and brought back to life by Clifford’s deep, earnest conviction. A purling hiss of synths carries the track into a quiet storm, keeping things slow yet upbeat, oozing romanticism and pain at the same time. This sad trip down memory lane strikes a definitive chord, making it one of the band’s most captivating releases thus far.” via Portals
“Boys’ is one hell of a way to tear open the record…” via MuuMuse
“The song maintains the ’80s aesthetic drawing predominately from early Prince. Needless to say, it is a fantastic listen.” via My Old Kentucky Blog
“Mostly, I’m just blown away by the fact that this girl is sixteen years old. Does that not make anyone else feel really old? I feel really old and I’m not old at all. No but it actually makes me really happy, I’m glad that there are chicks singing and representing us ladies at such a young age. I’ve heard a lot about young talent in the past six months and it just makes me more happy and excited for the future of our music.” via Et Musique Pour Tous
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