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EP 1 Review — New Haven Advocate

Expertly played, arranged with considerable nuance, and constantly shifting in dynamic, this EP demonstrates a lot of ideas in the span of only six songs, and even at its compositional weak points, the band’s technical skill makes it all sound fresh and immediate… Full article here.
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EP 1 Review — Origivation Magazine

A happy place between indie rock and folk[…] powerhouse vocals, dreamy harmonies, dominating cello and violin interjections and good ol’ fashion guitar picking. Full text here
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EP 1 Review — Stereo Subversion

The content…varies from tales of love to loss, of courage to cowardice, of redemption to regret; they don’t stick to the sugary sweet high points of life, but they don’t dwell in the dumps either, they just recognize that the two can—and do—co-exist. Full article here
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EP 1 Review — Dig Boston

Folky in a way that occurs when you gather that many hollow-bodied instruments together, Darlingside manages to make it abundantly clear that they’ve got their roots just as much in classic rock as they do in … well, roots. Full text here
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EP 1 Review — The Ampeater Review

Pop sensibilities unconstrained by the pop aesthetic push Darlingside outside the realm of trendy, safely beyond the obnoxious trifling of those who wear their music tastes on their sleeves as a mere fashion accessory, and into deeper and more enduring places. Read the full review here.
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