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“A-… genius.” - Robert Christgau, NOISEY “Heaps of wit and melody… Beautiful rambling storytelling that flirts with pop and sounds a little like Silver Jews.” - Peter Watts, UNCUT “Scrappy yet ingenuous rock poetry.” - MOJO, March, 2016 “Loss-Eaton and company avoid predictability… upturned middle finger that resides at the center of their sound. Ultimately ‘Music for Outcasts’ finds truth in its title… Those prone to coloring outside the lines will have cause to give a decided nod of approval.” - Lee Zimmerman, Relix “Awesomeness.” - Justin Cober-Lake, Pop Matters “Fine character-building.” - Eric Davidson, CMJ "A killer record... The record has devoured my subconscious... creative wordplay... Witty and left of center, juxtapose from the norm, some fresh and fun genre-bending rock-n-roll...Loss-Eaton is a songwriter’s songwriter, languid stories and never short on style... A tried and true summer soundtrack for yours truly, simply a record you can’t grow not fond of. Each track a small ride to a cool destination." -Scott Zuppardo, No Depression “Superb.” - Sjimon Gompers, Impose “Life affirming… Leland Sundries’ debut album and first European release shows a ton of promise and is a very enjoyable listen.
It will certainly appeal to fans of bands like Velvet Underground and Jonathan Richman as well as fans of bands like Whiskeytown and Starsailor.” - Alan Ewart, Louder Than War (UK)