“a brooding and mysterious triumph” - Louder Than War 
“uproariously rousing and darkly disturbing” - The Guardian 
“takes the listener into an oceanic heart of darkness illuminated by powerful skeletal songs from the edge of the known world” - Songlines 
“I am loving this!” - Mark Radcliffe BBC Radio2 Folk Show 
“dark, driven and turbulent” - The Independent 
“A fantastic celebration of all things nautical and seaworthy.”  EDS Magazine 
“like the Velvet Underground in the bilges of the Pequod” - Philip Hoare, author (winner of Samuel Johnson Prize with Leviathan) 
One of The Telegraph ‘Best Folk Albums of 2014’. 
“stunning in both scope and intensity” – Spiral Earth