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"‘That Feeling’, (...) turns a lo-fi opening into a string-fuelled epic: this is sheer, raw power."



"The lush strings and almost Broadway-ready power of [his] voice on the opener “Gerri Marie” harken back to a time when artists like Marvin Gaye and Aretha Franklin were creating cutting-edge pop and soul music that could at once get you to hit the streets to protest injustice and woo your new love with total abandon."

The Bluegrass Situation

“Reaching its apogee on the title track, all elements come together into a rather glorious whole with closing strings that are quite irresistible.”

God is in the TV


“The song starts with [Peter] Oren’s voice over a strummed acoustic guitar, before light flourishes of plucked string instruments, and drums that sound like they were recorded in an empty factory, give way to lush orchestration in the outro. It’s a showstopper that highlights the charms of the album writ large”

Vinyl Me Please


“With the help of Diederik van Wassenaer on violin/viola (...) the album comes alive in its intricacies and harmonies.”

Lockeland Springsteen

Interview with Diederik and his grandmother for Residentie Orkest magazine

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