—I Don't Hear A Single
"The 60's pop references are still present, ['Mirrors'] is very Hollies like, whilst 'Faded Away' is all UK Beat 1967." [04/02/18]
the incredible vickers brothers Press
Torch Songs for Swingers is a song collection full of The Beatles’ tart emotional tone, Big Star’s effortless power pop and enough overall musical diversity to demand repeat listens." [3/5/18]
—Veronica DeFeo, Imperfect Fifth
"['In Memory'] oozes bittersweet nostalgia, acknowledging the past and learning how to cope with what is to come." [2/12/18]
"A crisp bop rich in poetic lyrics and sweet sweet sax."
—Jonathan Aird, Americana UK
"...jangly Anglo-Indy-Pop." [1/8/2018]
"Filled with infectious guitar melodies and head-nodding rhythms, 'Mirrors' is a must listen for you." [12/12/2017]
—Joshua Pickard - Nooga
"On 'Mirrors', Vickers embraces his inner Nick Lowe and crafts a meticulous power pop atmosphere." [12/8/2017]
—Maura Walz- PopMatters
"Vickers takes a circus ringleader’s approach to bringing together Beatles-esque melodies, jangly power pop, surf rock, bluegrass, and general Americana twang, all laced to each other with a Vaudevillian show-biz goofiness and linguistic and musical wit."
—Stewart Mason- All Music
Vickers even exhibits a similar sense of sunshine pop winsomeness on frustrated love songs
"The melange of melodies are performed and engineered to perfection."