- Meadow Music
"Take one part Dead Kennedys, one part filthy British alley, and two crazy Swedes and you have Lilou & John!"
"The singer’s vibrato reminds of Nina Simone, who was also a protest singer - although in a completely different context and era. Lilou sings with a pathos found among traditional protest singers like Buffy Sainte-Marie; it is evident that their critique against the establishment is honest and not just a varnish."
- Projekt Morpheus
"The dark searing vocals of Lilou & John chill the marrow-bone while the flighty guitar gives the title track - 100 Faces - an intriguing camber that pitches the composition on a helter-skelter ride which despite, or maybe because of, the discombobulation - finds the audience dipping hip around the room."
- Emerging Indie Bands
"Here are punk and garage rock and an attitude of we don’t care. Sometimes my thoughts go to Beastie Boys’ album Ill Communication. Bands like The Clash and Motörhead are also there - the riffing guitars feel as if they are hot-wired in some untidy cellar, the vocal sometimes manic as if it is oscillating between an unknown energy and direct anger."
- Nya Tider