Reaching far beyond their Americana roots, Sons of Bill brew up a lush, literate sound with this year’s Oh God Ma’am, a wide-ranging album that mixes honesty, hooks and headiness in equal measure.
— Rolling Stone
Brilliantly bleak and mysterious...A complex and facinating world beneath the cool surfaced.
— The Daily Mirror
Timeless...Lovely...Ripe for discovery.
— The Sunday Times
Oh God Ma’am is an absolute stunner— a sweeping piece of guitar rock that recalls the sounds of New Order, The War on Drugs, and R.E.M, while still being unmistakably Sons of Bill.
— Brightest Young Things
An engrossing record. Like most things worthy of retention, the appreciation gets better as time goes by.
— Paste Magazine
A folk rock band that reaches for majesty and frequently attains it... astral southern rock in the grand tradition of Murmur.
— Uncut Magazine
A soaring, contemplative brand of Americana, that feels genuinely current even as it nods to the past.
— Classic Rock Magazine