Thanks to Eden Kupermintz, who writes
It should come as no surprise that Cottrell is a marvellous singer; Windhand owe a lot of their power to her brilliant performances. Here, her voice is much deeper and contains entrenched pain and heartbreak….
Giving articulation to this singular vocal talent, are the immensely rich and enchanting lyricism replete throughout the album….
[T]his album is small, modest and heartbreaking. It benefits from the panoply of instruments utilized by the honest; buoyed along by the sheer intention of Cottrell’s voice, it will silently sing itself into your heart, squeeze and caress the right places, and finally leave you in tears.