Sourness of Days 4:070:00/4:07
"Recently there was an unusual story about an American bald eagle on the loose from a local bird of prey centre here in Central Scotland, what a sight that must have been, and the connection with 'Eagle' is pretty obvious. This track features percussive acoustic guitar reminiscent of the band America, and this goes hand-in-hand with soaring flute and Mellotron to transmit the sense of the bird in flight; Mellotron seems to come with the territory here but I don't go along with the saying that you can have too much of a good thing, besides which these guys do everything with such style." - seventhsojourn, ProgArchives
"Holy crap is this album good."
- yankeeskrd (Progressive Ears)
"...a solid, refreshingly sweet progressive rock album..."
"...exceeds expectations by consistently delivering great music with every song..."
- Dante's Prog Blog Inferno (US)
"Play this album on your good sound system, not just on your computer. It is worth it!"
"...a wonderful album that deserves a lot more attention."
- Progwereld (Netherlands)
"Great listening throughout."
"This is ProgYes's favourite type of prog music. Buy this album."
- ProgYes (UK)
"...sublime, richly textured and superbly crafted music..."
"Definitely, one of the most fascinating and diverse prog-releases I have heard for a long time."
- Marygold (Turn It On Again)
"An album that I immediately liked from the very first time I heard it. Amazing debut."
- Endeavor (Progressive Ears)