The Murphy Beds reviewed in Huffington Post

“Even more impressive than the unusual repertoire is the delicacy of the arrangements: two tenor voices, and either two guitars or guitar and bouzouki — it’s sparse but not overly so, and by making the most of the harmony and counterpoint they come off sounding like pared-down versions of Irish groups from the 70s such as Oisín and Planxty. So their great feat turns out to be taking what’s best of the classic Irish folk revival without falling into any of its clichés. The resulting album bears repeated listening from start to finish, with ten beautiful, crystalline songs.”

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