" The Oakland band's darkly psychedelic country-folk suggests things on the verge of collapse...appealingly overwrought, its sweetness curdling into menace like Twin Peaks gone spaghetti western..."
“Mellotron notes hum darkly alongside padding electronic melodies that slide underneath the heavy vocalizations, the whole thing lifted into the gloaming by a soothing sax solo. It’s Catch Prichard reborn out of the struggles of relocation, as it ever has been in the past.”
- CONSEQUENCE OF SOUND
"...haunting, minimal folk music" -NOISEY
"...slow, slightly twangy, and every bit of it is beautiful."
- IMPOSE MAGAZINE
“...singer/songwriter Sawyer Gebauer is rooted in country, Americana with lushly narrative lyrics."
- NO DEPRESSION
“...builds over a sweet, lowly guitar line, punctuated by Gebauer's mesmerizing, burnt out vocals and stately brass."
“The moment you hear his voice, you're left in awe that this is coming out of a young, living human being and not from a dusty old record from decades past. His voice is notably deep, and somehow sounds both controlled and relaxed at the same time. It seems to transcend era and time.”
“There's something really special in Catch Prichard's voice, something that haunts and soothes the soul simultaneously"
- AUSTIN TOWN HALL