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"The healing ability of words and music is now pertinent, more than ever, and the wisdom and healthy reflection Belle of the Fall provide throughout the duration of Rise Up are necessary tools in a time of turmoil." [4/17/18]

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—Virginia Croft, Treble

"Their vocals mesh and meld perfectly with one another's as they gracefully dance across breezy, shimmering melodies." [04/04/18]

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—Jonathan Frahm, Pop Matters

"Sweetly woven strings and a driving groove." [04/03/18]

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—Kaycie Satterfield, The Wild Honey Pie

"Fans of the Decemberists’ songwriting attitude, Belle and Sebastian’s acoustic style, and male/female duos will be very into this." [3/22/18]

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—Independent Clauses

"Uncertainty, hardship and facing the unknown are all topics that humanity have to combat and ['Rise Up'], perfectly written, inspires the weary and mends the broken soul." [02/26/18]

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—Madison Blom, Imperfect Fifth

"'Rise Up' begins like a Simon & Garfunkel track but then takes off in a more contemporary direction, very broadly Fleet Foxes/Mumford & Sons territory, although the tune at times brings the Beatles to mind!" [03/5/18]

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—Neil March, Fresh on the Net

"A rousing slice of emotional symphonic pop from duo Belle of The Fall. Rise Up pairs together strong vocals that shine bright alongside a textured melody." [3/5/18]

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—Diamond Deposits

"Their harmonies rise and entangle, creating a vocal latticework filled with sparkling melodies and Americana rhythms." [2/22/18]

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—Joshua Pickard, The Southern Sounding

"['Rise Up'] is a luminous, airy mixture of intimate harmonies and impassioned chord progressions." [02/17/18]

—RJ Frometa, Vents Magazine

"'Rise Up' is a sumptuous track." [02/19/18]

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—Jonathan Aird, Americana UK

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—I Sing in the Kitchen

"Simon and Garfunkel laid the foundations decades earlier, and duo Belle of the Fall continue to honor that great folk tradition today." [2/12/18]

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—Mitch Mosk, Atwood Magazine

“Tracy Walton is one of CT’s most accomplished bassists.”


—Lonesome Noise

"It's almost freakish how good she sings. I watched her and it was hard to process that it was actually coming out of her mouth."

—Joe Michelini, River City Extension

"Acoustic folk duo Belle Of The Fall has proven that musical soul mates do in fact exist.”

—Vents Magazine

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