This London-based three-piece’s rumination on distance, remorse and the question “how could I be so cruel?” is agonised and haunting... [Flawless] boasts piano, close harmonies and Gilmour-like guitars.
— Mojo
‘Ninth is a multi-faceted weaving prism of dark chilling mystery… [with] a tribal drum foundation, western-esque guitars, icy keys… The catchy chant-like chorus stomps its way into your brain… It’s a cinematic track that will have you thumping your chest’
— Indie Buddie
‘Sounds both dark and hopeful… cold pianos and voices that hypnotise you will do the rest’
— Dansende Beren
There is something quite expansive and dramatic about ‘Flawless’... The Arthur Brothers create an imaginative atmosphere with stirring harmonies, mysterious vocals and a powerful soundtrack
— Beehive Candy
‘Tenebrous rumbling, tinkling pianos, thunderous tribal drumming, and mantra-like vocals offer us a massive production of a great moving song’
— The Girls At The Rock Show
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