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"Saint Saviour, aka, it shouldn't matter what her real name is, has been around a while, cutting her teeth performing upbeat pop songs and touring as Groove Armada's frontwoman... but that shouldn't put you off. That's because, as a sideline, she's been making some insultingly great music.
Part chanteuse, part preacher, Saint Saviour has drawn comparisons from Liz Frazer and Kate Bush, which of course, may be something of a cliché, but in this instance, are well-deserved. Sensitive, powerful and ultimately unusual ballads have appeared online, occasionally bringing to mind the gloomy, introverted hymnal weirdness of the likes of Anthony and the Johnsons." The Quietus
Bill Ryder Jones: "Once you’ve accustomed yourself to the sedate pace, something haunting, stately and – in a small-scale, arthousey sort of way – cinematic gradually reveals itself. References to the hypersensitivity and naivety of childhood abound, though most of them – like the mini-narrative of ‘Christina That’s The Saddest Thing’ and ‘You’re Getting Like Your Sister’ (in which the protagonist professes his love for a girl before falling for her sister) – are intended to bring a wry smile of recognition. It’s not maudlin or cynical, but often quite comical." NME