Reviews are starting to come in for Lovespirals new album, Long Way From Home, and the critics have been kind.
All Music Guide‘s Ned Raggett writes,
For their third album as Lovespirals, Anji Bee and Ryan Lum again create a lush series of songs that synthesizes disparate influences into a warm, enveloping listen.
Matthew Johnson of Re:Gen Magazine writes,
It’s not an understatement to call Long Way from Home the duo’s most accomplished work up to date; as enjoyable as their previous explorations of laidback electronica and jazz fusion have been, this album captures Lum and Bee’s warm musical chemistry in a way that previous releases only hinted at.
Matt Rowe of MusicTap.net writes,
From the band’s early years as Love Spirals Downwards — with a vocalist all but forgotten for Anji Bee’s lovely, dreamy, and expansive vocal pleasantries — to their current album, Lovespirals have always been a band of change. Their latest, the wonderfully titled Long Way From Home, is one of superior work and can easily rank as the band’s best work in either incarnation.
cadencerevolution.com podcast blogs:
It’s very rare these days to come across an entire CD which you will listen to over and over from beginning to end non-stop, and even rarer to find one which makes you want to grab everyone you know and tell them “you must listen to this.” However such is the case with the third release, Long Way Home, from the California based duo Lovespirals.
Come hear what all the fuss is about at lovespirals.com/longway!