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"If you enjoy a soupcon of pedal steel, un peu de twang and beaucoup de grand mélancolie, then this is the album for you." [4/18/2016]

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—Americana UK

"As Lucinda’s World Without Tears is to Andrès, The Heart Breaks ranks among the best albums I’ve heard this year." [4/18/2016]

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—Bucket Full of Nails

"Just as you find with releases from Howlin’ Lord, Andrea Schroeder or Frankie Lee, Pauline Andrès The Heart Breaks’ evokes cinematic dreams of that lingering night back-lit by the nostalgic corner jukebox as intoxicated songs of fragmented and stark memories waft and mingle with cigarette smoke, angst and precarious hope." [4/15/2016]

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—Global Texan Chronicles

"The twelve track album expresses raw vulnerability, intricate story-telling and a smorgasbord of multi-cultural influences from the roadtripping songstress." [4/19/2016]

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—Lauren Laverne, BBC Radio 6

"The Heart Breaks is a delightful selection box of ambling country-noir from Pauline Andrès, a Euro-Americana singer-songwriter blessed with a vocal that fuses Nikki Lane with Lucinda Williams." [4/12/2016]

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—Beat Surrender

"Born in France and currently residing in Berlin, Pauline Andres delivers smokey, brooding Euro-Americana as she vows to 'Drive Like Steve McQueen.'" [3/26/2016]

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—The Alternate Root

"Andres’s take on the actorl is dark and almost sinister, a distant, siren-like guitar setting the mood throughout this midtempo number." [3/16/2016]

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—Magnet Magazine

"Andrès is an exciting, invigorating new voice in the genre, and though she may be a restless artistic soul, with no one place to call home, the music industry is all the richer for the tears she cries." [3/7/2016]

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—Elmore Magazine

"Pauline Andres has traveled all over the world and it’s reflected into her stunning new album, The Heart Breaks, out April 15." [3/3/2016]

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—Keith Creighton, PopDose

"With its haunting, spaghetti western sound, 'Drive Like Steve McQueen' is the anthem for the underdog. A song for people who find that extra ounce of courage to do something extraordinary." [2/11/2016]

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—Ben Yung, The Revue

"But there is something more solid, something aged, a certain nuance 'Drive Like Steve McQueen' possess. The elements of coming into her own and kicking the shit out of what you think alt-country and dark-garage should be." [2/12/2016]

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—Global Texan Chronicles

"Andrès trades in a sultry and dark gothic Americana that thrives on smokey atmosphere and subject matter that gets under the skin and digs into shadowy corners...It’s alt-country filtered through Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds on the set of a Wenders film." [2/14/2016]

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—Post To Wire

"Her voice has an enchanting quality to it, rough, and reminding me of the Don't Care attitude of the grunge queens - Courtney Love and Kate Bonham." [2/14/2016]

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—Bernadette McGarvey, Pure M Magazine

"The song has a muscular exterior, which it uses to conceal a knowing and restless heart." [2/12/2016]

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—Joshua Pickard, Nooga

"A sullen Hollywood tale of escapism, 'Drive Like Steve McQueen' finds Andrès at her best, capturing the rhythm of the road and uncounted dusty miles in the rearview, wishing to leave a failed romance behind." [2/9/2016]

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—Eric Magear, Bucket Full of Nails

"I just love her smoky vocals, supported by a wailing steel guitar and a melodica." [2/9/2016]

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—Oliver Bouchard, Glamglare

“…much more than the standard Nashville Americana shuffle and twang (…) in soulful alt-country and dark folk where allusions to violence and alcohol are only a chorus away.”

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—Post To Wire

"Smoky Americana" 

—Pop Matters

“All Them Ghosts isn’t a clear cut folk album. It goes darker, it swims and haunts in late night drink. Andrès pulls no punches and why would she?”

—Global Texan Chronicles

“Her vocals drip with a sultry menace, while the bluesy guitars twang in the distance and the driving percussion plays. It’s rebellious, angsty and raw.”

—Cracked Wax

“She’s already been compared to Nick Cave. She sounds like a younger Patti Smith.”

—Indie Sounds

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