"'You Know I Know' was never supposed to come out," singer/guitarist Livvy Bennett explains, "but my bandmates told me it would make for a great single. I accidentally wrote a rock banger that sounded like it could have come out in 2007, like MGMT meets Weezer meets Sheryl Crow.
"[Mamalarky's] debut album stands out from their contemporaries’ laid-back melancholy with complex instrumental interplay that inspires lean-forward listening."
"Mamalarky's indie rock summons an easy and pure joy."
"Across ten tracks, the quartet deliver blissed out fuzzy indie-pop tracks that are nostalgic for a simpler time. They are a band that emanates cool factor...Mamalarky's LP is definitely not a record to sleep on as the leaves turn and fall sets in."
"Adventurous and endlessly listenable indie rock."
"A perfect slice of lo-fi bliss."