"Comerford straddles the singer-songwriter era of the 1970s and the dusty, deadpan observations of psychedelic iconoclasts such as Bill Callahan ... amid all the album’s expansive sounds, including the pretty lilt of Tom McGettrick’s pedal steel guitar, the natural tremor in Comerford’s voice makes him sound more apprehensive than confident. These beguiling country songs leave their doors open for you to poke around and find hidden interpretations that are inevitably right." -- Mark Guarino, Chicago Reader
" I want to say this feels like the ’60s invading the ’80s indie scene by way of ’70s singer-songwriters, but that duet with Azita Youssefi on “Partners” is such a perfectly timeless update of the Nancy Sinatra/Lee Hazelwood dynamic, I’m just at a loss for words." -- Nick Spacek, Cinepunx
The Players and Singers: Kriss Bataille; Ariel Bolles; Johnny Caluya; Thomas Comerford; Edward E. Crouse; Matthew Cummings; Matt Focht; John Gargiulo; Robbie Hamilton; Crystal Hartford; John Lennox; Mike Marsden; Tom McGettrick; Gregg Ostrom; John Roeser; Curtis Ruptash; Amalea Tshilds; Beth Yates; Azita Youssefi.