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“I was really excited when I found this group because I love the vocals, love the sentiment of the whole album...I think they're brilliant.”

Marie Crichton – BBC Radio

“From Underhill’s piercing highs to Molly’s sultry lows, their songs are both soothing and invigorating, like the synchronicity of Sirens from abroad.”

Mary Snow – The Mountain Xpress

"The group [has a] strong stage presence coupled with engaging and friendly personalities...the silent areas between the notes they played with fine polish made their chords stand out...Their blended voices created a most alluring sound from which I could not turn away; a sound that I did not want to end. Throw in the stories that their song lyrics told and you have a duo that I believe are destined for some very good things.

Donnie Roberts – The Dispatch

“Their country-soul songs and heartfelt enthusiasm are magnetic, and their vocal harmonies lead most to think they’re sisters.”

The Laurel of Asheville

"Featuring the honeyed harmonies of Eleanor Underhill and Molly Rose Reed, Underhill Rose sprang phoenix like from the ashes of another group, the Barrel House Mamas. Because of the effortlessly smooth ways in which their voices blend, the ladies are sometimes mistaken for sisters; while they might not be related, they are kindred spirits, two women bonding over their mutual affection for folk and bluegrass."

Stacey Zering – No Depression