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Review by Dave Ruby Howe Dave Ruby Howe

11 Apr 2019

Triple J
40

Great track taken from BATTS's new album. The guitar gives it this quietly searing energy while the vocals paint the mood.

Great track taken from BATTS's new album. The guitar gives it this quietly searing energy while the vocals paint the mood.

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Review by Claire Mooney Claire Mooney

05 Apr 2017

Triple J
45

The amount of people I've heard talk about how beautiful this track is, really demonstrates how powerful your songwriting and your ability to create something that many people can relate to and treasure. It was a pleasure listening to this. It's gentle, compassionate and simply gorgeous.

The amount of people I've heard talk about how beautiful this track is, really demonstrates how powerful your songwriting and your ability to create something that many people can relate to and treasure. It was a pleasure listening to this. It's gentle, compassionate and simply gorgeous.

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Review by Declan Byrne Declan Byrne

23 Mar 2017

Triple J
40

you're as generous as they come with your songwriting.

you're as generous as they come with your songwriting.

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Review by Max Quinn Max Quinn

22 Mar 2017

Triple J
40

I can't say it better than what Nat said, so i'll just say "fuck yeah" and leave it at that

I can't say it better than what Nat said, so i'll just say "fuck yeah" and leave it at that

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Review by Nat Tencic Nat Tencic

20 Mar 2017

Triple J
45

Gentle yet impactful, emotional yet restrained, this is a perfect exercise in quiet longing.

Gentle yet impactful, emotional yet restrained, this is a perfect exercise in quiet longing.

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Review by Bridget Hustwaite Bridget Hustwaite

17 Mar 2017

Triple J
40

It definitely is dreamy folk-rock but it's 100% Tanya. Really nice to see her step back into these beautiful guitar ballads.

It definitely is dreamy folk-rock but it's 100% Tanya. Really nice to see her step back into these beautiful guitar ballads.

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Review by Zan Rowe Zan Rowe

17 Mar 2017

Triple J
45

This is a stunner. It feels like I'm being enveloped in a night sky of stars and prettiness. A slow jam where all the elements - vocals, guitar, twinkles - work in such perfect harmony. Beautiful.

This is a stunner. It feels like I'm being enveloped in a night sky of stars and prettiness. A slow jam where all the elements - vocals, guitar, twinkles - work in such perfect harmony. Beautiful.

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Review by Dave McCarthy Dave McCarthy

17 Sep 2019

Super Reviewer
45

What remarkable vision in your songwriting and what an incredible execution of that vision. Huge, huge track.

What remarkable vision in your songwriting and what an incredible execution of that vision. Huge, huge track.

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Review of Overstayed Your Welcome by BATTS sarah withers

28 Jun 2019

Super Reviewer
50

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Review by Lola Star Lola Star

01 Jun 2018

Super Reviewer
40

Oh i really love this track. It is warming although the vox are slightly melancholy. at the 1:09 mark, there is a sound that reminds me of the circus and makes me smile. thank you :)

Oh i really love this track. It is warming although the vox are slightly melancholy. at the 1:09 mark, there is a sound that reminds me of the circus and makes me smile. thank you :)

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Review by Jimmy Russell Jimmy Russell

11 Apr 2017

Super Reviewer
40

So fragile and delicate I wouldn’t dream of putting it in checked luggage. This is a ‘hold onto it as you’re going down’ piece of gold.

So fragile and delicate I wouldn’t dream of putting it in checked luggage. This is a ‘hold onto it as you’re going down’ piece of gold.

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Review by ImSpencer Spencer Scott

29 Mar 2017

Super Reviewer
50

I love the mix of guitar and electronic sounds. This is brilliant.

I love the mix of guitar and electronic sounds. This is brilliant.

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Review by Debbie Carr Debbie Carr

22 Mar 2017

Super Reviewer
45

You must've robbed a Lincraft store making this beauty, because all I hear is an assortment of silky guitars sewn underneath deep velvet-y vocals.

You must've robbed a Lincraft store making this beauty, because all I hear is an assortment of silky guitars sewn underneath deep velvet-y vocals.

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Review by FUZZY WUZZY ANGEL FUZZY WUZZY ANGEL

21 Mar 2017

Super Reviewer
40

You hear that? That there's the sound of my heart strings being tugged ever so gracefully.

You hear that? That there's the sound of my heart strings being tugged ever so gracefully.

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Review by Parkway Drive Parkway Drive

03 May 2018

Guest Reviewer
50

Her voice is amazing. Absolutely amazing… it’s such soft music and then occasionally there are these really spacey breaks… to the point where there are descriptions within the album tracks that tell you about space based entities. It stuck out for me, there’s something really unique here

Her voice is amazing. Absolutely amazing… it’s such soft music and then occasionally there are these really spacey breaks… to the point where there are descriptions within the album tracks that tell you about space based entities. It stuck out for me, there’s something really unique here

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40

Can definitely see the Mazzy Star channelling here on those minor chord leans and yet the energy is bigger and less restrained. The simmering melancholy fits the lyrical theme perfectly

Can definitely see the Mazzy Star channelling here on those minor chord leans and yet the energy is bigger and less restrained. The simmering melancholy fits the lyrical theme perfectly

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dan.foley91

28 Apr 2019

50

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Review of For Now by BATTS FossilFishy

29 Mar 2019

50

Such a strong voice, it’s striking, and it stands out against the delicate accompaniment. There’s emotion there but it’s not being pitched at the back row. It’s being expressed rather than exaggerated.

And then the band rises to meet the strength of the vocal: the first stage is shed, the second ignites and the whole song punches into orbit.

Fantastic.

Such a strong voice, it’s striking, and it stands out against the delicate accompaniment. There’s emotion there but it’s not being pitched at the back row. It’s being expressed rather than exaggerated.

And then the band rises to meet the strength of the vocal: the first stage is shed, the second ignites and the whole song punches into orbit.

Fantastic.