‘The sparse beautiful bleakness of the songs work their way inside you. They may not be from the Delta, but, my goodness, they owe every gut-wrenching bit of sadness to that area. This is a brilliant debut album’
– Blues Matters Magazine
‘This is the best blues release I’ve heard this year; devastatingly sincere, and, thanks to its evocation of church music and Scottish folk, also entirely unique.'
– Joe Barton, The Skinny
‘Beautifully authentic guitar style and heartfelt vocal'
– Tom Robinson, BBC Radio 6 Music
‘There is something about this music which is compelling, almost a mixture of blues & religious music – this has been home produced but very very nicely.’
– Nick Dow, BBC Radio Lancashire
‘I’m really enjoying the album’
– Johnny Coppin, BBC Radio Gloucestershire
Currie’s singing is reminiscent of early John Martyn and the guitar playing is clear sounding, attractive and imaginative. Having often reflected on the paucity of the Scottish Blues Scene, Currie might help revitalise things north of the border – this is one artist to watch’
– Blues & Rhythm Magazine
‘The songs give you goosebumps on the goosebumps’
– Cherrie McIlwaine, BBC Radio Ulster
‘Wonderful record, bursting full of gorgeous melodies and fantastic songs’
– Bob Williams, GTFM Blues Show