"Wolves! Cried the Maid..has a Celtic twilight, mystical vibe; a fairy tale quality, heavenly vocals yet despite that purity, something deeper lies beneath. Like all good fairy tales, there's a darkness lurking...an artistic masterpiece"
"music of real beauty.." Julie Williams-Nash (Folk & Tumble)
"...Her soft, yet powerful vocals pull you forward through the song as if you're walking through a haunting memory..."
"Review - Oxlip" Chelsea Brimstin (Canadian Beats)
"...a sort of inter planetary psychedelic Celtic/Americana crossroads...a cauldron of mysticism and folklorist parables"
"Review - Wolves! Cried the Maid" Emma Marshall (FATEA)
"...poignant and a painfully sorrowful beauty threads itself throughout..."
Red Line Roots
"'Wolves! Cried the Maid' comes out feeling like a walk through the woods, sun glinting on leaves, and a seaside breeze nearby...classic British folk...in the vein of later-era Marianne Faithfull"