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Sammy Maine via GoldFakePaint:

“Sean Marshall manages to find warmth in the hopeless. The Columbus, Ohio singer/songwriter displays the kind of old soul that presents the world with the weight of his past mistakes. Having learnt from them, Marshall produces not just a relatable narrative but one that proves things will get better, no matter how despondent we become.”

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Dennis via Outliers and Cold Fires:

“Marshall and band have captured the essence of musicianship in it’s most vulnerable state…The clean and natural tones shine through on this record, allowing the listener to key in on Marshall’s warm delivery and songwriting gifts. A true snow melter of a record, makin’ way for fresh grass and spring fever escapades.”

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Mike Mehalick of Speak Into My Good Eye:

“Marshall presents a more mature and fully realized sound on his latest solo offering … the songwriter lays out his soul with a rich, textured alt-Americana sound evoking heartstring pluckers and heartland lovers Ryan Adams and Lord Huron.”

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Cory Schoonover of The Indie Sound:

“It’s at all times exciting and heartbreaking, a sentimental daydream about a future that may have just left us behind. No matter how you choose to look, you’ll find something in New, a melody for those who don’t know just yet.”

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