top of page



"...Elspeth Tremblay has a knack for writing lyrics that open our minds and hearts. She also has a voice and tone that can be soft and sweet (“Ghosted”)  but she can also drive it into the core of your soul (“Kamikaze”). On this album, you never know what you are going to get and that’s what keeps this album so interesting....With great songs, such as these, and their passion for playing in front of a live audience, it’s a win-win situation for everyone."

- Michael Alahverdian, Rock At Night Rhode Island (April 25, 2023)

"...Her cool vocals laying comfortably over soft guitar lines."

 - Sarah Hughes, WXPN - The Key (Feb 5,2015)


"...Audiences walk away feeling musically fulfilled...until the next concert."

- Jann Simmons Andiamo, PMZ Magazine (Aug 28, 2014)


“...Songs were total winners; delicate, beautifully structured and lyrically captivating. Originally from Australia, Tremblay’s writing addresses concepts of place and self, particularly a standout number called “The Tyranny of Distance” which a meditation on separation from friends and family.”

- John Vettese, WXPN - The Key (Aug 25, 2014)


“Tremblay’s mellow, soulful voice holds notes like a barrel holds drops of rain or a basket holds loaves of fresh, steaming bread.”

- Jann Simmons, PMZ (Jul 12, 2014)

bottom of page