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A luscious mix of Americana and jangled road-trip pop, their songs showcase an unyielding vocal harmonies and thick guitar production. Echoes of Tom Petty cross over with lines of Ryan Adams or the Counting Crows to produce an immediately likable string of tunes. This is the sound of polished troubadours. Slipping in little luscious slices of piano here and there makes it all the more tasty.” - Caley Cook

— San Diego City Beat

Songs like jangly “Hollywood” and the harmony-laden rambler “Train to San Diego” are drenched in vivid images, quiet optimism and gently lapping grooves—not the kind of stuff that can come out of a front-porch jam session easily. And the “Greatest Part,” a song that comes off like the Jayhawks strutting happily through a cornfield, has the kind of hum-able melody that feels as simple as a breeze but takes global forces to align. Even “Any Ole’ Time,” a bluesy stroll that could spark an epic open jam, has the kind of hook that overwhelms its simple foundation.” - Jeff Inman

— Salt Lake City Weekly

KILLER SONGS: Anyone who hung at Pie on Wednesday experienced one of those rare, amazing gigs that sneak through Boise. San Diego songwriters Remedy Motel delivered Eagles-like country-rock songs and harmonies, led by a Michael Stipe-influenced vocalist. Outstanding. ” - Michael Deeds

— Idaho Statesman

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