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“With a four octave range, Eleanore can belt out a rock tune with the best of them, but is also capable of remarkable control and delicacy… highlights of “Parlour Game” include The Calling with plaintive vocals that could happily grace even the best Kate Bush album and the more overtly rocky Demons that is the sort of track Evanescence needed to follow up Bring Me to Life. By My Dad Rocks

“…The Gift (Part I) contains the band’s first cover – Gershwin’s classic Summertime – with Fleetwood Mac inspired guitar riffs and exciting percussion, it showcases the group’s creativity and ability to put their own stamp on well known songs. Eleanore’s hauntingly beautiful vocals excel in the soulful ballad Sorry, Child complementing the piano and string sections perfectly creating a hair raising track. This band has masses of potential ….” By Buzzjack