PALE HORSE AND RIDER PRESS

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    “DeRosa’s not unlike the downcast end of Springsteen. “Jersey Coast Line” could very well be Nebraska‘s 11th track, as its stately melody and modest hints of romance and nostalgia cast it into a folk music tradition that’s always been more felt than heard.” – Rob O’Connor, CMJ Magazine

    “Opener ‘Jersey Coast Line’ could be a relocated lost blues from Palace Brothers, [Brian John] Mitchell’s ‘I Told Jesus Christ How Much I Love Her’ likewise evoking a Songs:Ohia confessional; and the early sequencing of these songs suggests DeRosa is at least conscious of his potential audience for this record. Elsewhere ‘Metropolitan Love Song’ boasts the record’s most affecting vocal and withstands comparison Mark Kozelek.” – Matt Dornan, Comes With A Smile (UK)

    “At times minimal to the point of disappearing, this is a spare exercise in frayed-at-the-seam country, spooked by banjo, harmonium and piano notes that hang in the air.” –Uncut (UK)

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