Some reviews from the EP ‘When The Sun Ate The Moon’

“As well as luscious levels of instrumentation, the major differentiator with this EP is the touching longing that River adds to the overall impression, with a finely pitched, magnetic vocal overlaid on engagingly structured melodies. There’s a trace of vulnerability to his voice that gives the songs a raw simplicity that pulls you into their narratives, whether observational or personal. When you’re listening to the gently thoughtful ‘More Than Words’, hopeful expectation within ‘Light Through The Trees’, sensitive narrative through the enigmatically titled ‘Sheffield/ Tunis’ or the yearning closer ‘You Were There All Along’, that expressive voice adds depth to the wash of instrumentation”…FOLK WORDS
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“This singer/songwriter really really puts his heart on his sleeves as he launches his EP. The native Londoner is also a poet, which clearly comes to light in this lyrical showpiece of his soul. “Light Through the Trees” was my personal favorite, though I truly enjoyed the entire work.” VERY COOL TUNES
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