"Coming in like the bar band from an Austin Powers movie, opening number 'Eat My Fear' is instantly of liking for anybody with a penchant for anything musically retro and sticky sweet. 'Above The Rest' is wonderfully structured and played with all the groove and feel of the late '60s - all we need now are some Uber ladies in mini dresses and bobbed hair dancing on podiums to explain the vibe of this release."
"'Are You The One', with its jangly, happy guitar and melodic dreamy vocals, and organ courtesy of Henrik Malm on 'Terrible Town', has me searching for my pink cords to fit in with my current listening. This is swinging, bittersweet, bubblegum pop, especially on 'All That Candy' - songwriting to be smiled at from the pen and mind of Sebastian T.W. Kristiansen from a bygone age when skies were blue and image was secondary to the music in the band equation."
"'Death Breath' has throwbacks in influence and inspiration to the likes of The Mamas and The Papas and all those West Coast in-crowd cats. 'Butterface' has quite the little catchy commercial choral sweetness to it, the melodic vocal performances of Emma Acs and Kristiansen on 'Best Of Me' are pure summertime easy listening. 'Throwaway' and the acoustic breezy 'La Luna' drifts the album out. Delicious retro summer swinging tunes all the way from Denmark."