Americana stylings blossom throughout “Time Again”. The mournful track maintains a wistful sentiment as Jacquin looks back on the difficulties that his past has offered him, flourishing in an ebullient, roots-centric swirl of instrumentation paired beside his own captivating, subtle grit. – Jonathan Frahm – PopMatters 

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“Hudson River is quite an impressive return to the “arena” for Greg Jacquin and his band’s anticipated full length, due in 2019, will undoubtedly prove to be one of the year’s most compelling indie releases.” – Mindy McCall – No Depression  

“He has this sound that is both light and dark at the same time.” – Yvonne Glasgow – Beat  

“Jacquin and his band build a beautiful, flowing river of sound by carefully combining indie folk, Americana and indie rock.” – Christopher Gonda – Pure Grain Audio

“Musically, every track brings a deluxe array of dreamy, ambient tones and textures; mixing keys, strings, layers of vocal harmonies, guitars, horns and more into rich and vast compositions—song after song.” – Noah Hittner – The Ark Of Music  

“Five-star collection of inspiring and heartfelt songs… …and the vocals that sound amazing, with a little bit of gravel to them.” – Side Stage Magazine

“Hudson River proves Greg Jacquin to be a tremendous master of his skill, with a keen ear for melody and an ability to weave an intersecting series of stories into a satisfying whole.” – Brian Mains – Skope  

“Solid release that anyone who enjoys Folk-Rock and /or Indie Rock will thoroughly enjoy.” – Mathesin Kamin – The Rock and Roll Report  

“Well worth exploring.” – Rebecca Cullen – Stereo Stickman  

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