"Annie Mack delivers the goods on this all too short EP. This Minneapolis-based singer/songwriter gives us a greater emotional wallop than the track listing would imply. Riding a similar wave as Alabama Shakes, Mack is wise, and has a lot to say about living your real life. Whether she is feisty and defiant as on the title track, or tender and yearning on “Closer,” she is burying her past, and inviting you to come along on her journey. People get ready, take the train to your present and future with Ms. Mack"
SHARK SANDWICH-Chad Werner
"in listening to any handful of her songs, the melting of many more genres can be heard.
Mack's soulful voice still carries the same depth in all her songs, but hearing "Closer" just after "Love," a shift from a bluesy, rock sound to something closer to a folk song is immediately apparent, and she says that sometimes the lyrics or the ideas for a song don't always fit into a traditional blues song which results in an evolving sound. In tracks like "Closer," her voice stands out in the quieter moments, just as it does in the rollicking choruses of songs more upbeat."
Andrea Swensson-The Current