Dagsavisens Roald Helgheim discribes “an ease, elegance and musicianship throughout the album that will catch on in both large and small venues“.
In Romsdals Budstikke, Moldejazz’ co-founder Petter Petterson calls the album is “Rock-solid”, and says I have an “impressive instrumental control, without playing it safe”. He praises the interaction between the musicians, as well as Eyolf’s imaginitive piano playing and Jo’s bowing on Foungner. Click here for the full review.
The album has also been nicely described in Varden and Sunnmørsposten.