* "On 'Never Yours', Irish duo Low Sea cut the dark, pressurized atmosphere with an update on steady-state krautrock motorik, bringing to mind some of the experiments on the Horrors' Primary Colours."
* “If this is what they call the light, we shudder to think of their shadowy moments...”
* “As a band, they should be heard, and I’m ashamed to say I’m only catching up now…”
* “Low Sea plumbs depths that few other bands could fathom. The sound of Spaceman 3 and Mazzy Star being thrown to the bottom of the most tranquil ocean leaving the listener pining for the inevitable beautiful songs to emerge from below. A surprisingly big sound for a duo, Low Sea has created what can only be described as an album of shoegaze sea shanties. Low Sea is one of those bands that it pays to immerse yourself in to fully comprehend their brilliance. Ireland’s brightest musical hopes…"
Crumbs In The Butter
* “The classic, sexy French vocals of Billie (vox/guitar/percussion) fuse with the ambient layered arrangement of synthetic and acoustic sounds created by Bobby D (guitar/bass/sounds) and the synthesis is undoubtedly something special.”
* "If you're in the mood to listen to a psychedelic shoegaze band, then look no further."
* "With dark and sophisticated soundscapes Low Sea will envelope you like the wave that sweeps you away off your feet to reach depths in a complete daze. Through enticing echoes of swirling synthesizers comes an entirely cinematic atmospheric experience."
* "This new group from Galway are blowing my mind these days."
* "Such is the sophistication of the Low Sea's sound, it's easy to forget that they comprise just two members"
Keep It Like A Secret Blog
* "Drawing influence from shadowy pulsing folks like Suicide, NEU! and Joy Division, the duo’s music might best be described oppressively atmospheric, yet irresistibly bleak. Throw in some lithe femme vocals and this might be the finest example of existential roadtrip music might best be described oppressively atmospheric, yet irresistibly bleak. Throw in some lithe femme vocals and this might be the finest example of existential roadtrip music I’ve ever had the pleasure of enduring."
My Old Kentucky Blog
* "Who are we to argue with Pitchfork… "
* "This record has been threatening to abuse my ears for a couple of weeks but for some reason managed to avoid being played. It turns out however that it's a bit of a treat."
"Each song brings a different listening experience to the table, balancing the beautiful and haunting effects evenly."