"Laura appear to be facing two directions here. One is to head off in a more experimental role, playing with sounds, atmospheres, constructing moods. The other is the more straight ahead clear cut instrumental rock number, which opening track Bobik is in Amerika is, without a doubt. Bobik is all about the riff. They tread both paths with equal aptitude, and I'm quite fond of the progression in sequencing on the EP from the more immediate, to the longer, more 'long attention span needed' moments. Conjures the image of Godspeed You! Black Emperor re-imagining Pink Floyd's AtomHeartMother, covering it in feedback, and compressing it into a neat 28 minute package, minus the nonsense."
"Everything is mixed superbly, and nothing distracts, nothing overpowers, nothing grates. Distorted guitars are there for texture and body, buried into the base of the tune. Minutes float by and you allow yourself to go with the flow and soak up the beauty that Laura seem so easily and effortlessly able to create. To me, Yes Maybe No marks the beginning of a new chapter in the future of this band, and it is exciting to see what happens from here."