Innocent Words Magazine – Featured Album Review
By Jeremy Wood – September 1, 2015
“Firstly, it’s rare to find an artist who writes so freely about famine, empty governments and nuclear disasters along with the staples of heartbreak, regret and secret loves. But, with an almost lighthearted accompaniment (featuring some guitar and violin playing that’s OFF THE CHAIN!), Comnes carries these subjects with the bravery of her age…”
“To hear an artist get historical AND political AND devastated by love all on one disc against a nearly flawless background of well-written music is nothing short of impressive…”
“Whereas the music is an optimistic river, her voice is an unstoppable vehicle capturing the often blue meanings of her words. Sweet and salty, all in one bite. It is such a form-fitting pairing that one wonders if her voice is accenting the lyrics or if her lyrics are accenting her voice. As a singer/songwriter in so many genres, her control is as natural as the skills that created it…”
“This album is a giant quilt of mismatched patches sewn beautifully together…”
Read the full review here.