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The Current

"New Rays from an Old Sun has no shortage of lived experience and is one hell of a piece of great art. The album features all the elements that made Turn Turn Turn’s debut stand out in the genre, amplified to create an even larger-sounding musical tapestry. Reminiscent of the Laurel Canyon psychedelic folk and cosmic country scene of the ‘60s and ‘70s, it too is destined to provide the soundtrack to many a great road trip."


"A warm '70s Los Angeles breeziness in their three-part, Fleetwood Mac-ian vocal parts, but it's updated here with more of a psychedelic paisley-pop sheen, plus edgier and more emotionally wrecked…truly an album to celebrate."

Mpls.St.Paul Magazine

"The new album is a triumph ... finding plenty of joyous moments to celebrate. Every song works flawlessly, such as the catchy and wryly blunt title track, New Rays From an Old Sun, and the cathartic realism of 7 Kids."

Music in Minnesota

"An ambitious collection of 11 new songs digging deeper into the skills of the trio, while showcasing the strengthened confidence of the group."

Americana UK

"Check out ‘Dopamine Blues’, the brand new single from Turn Turn Turn. The classic songwriting and warm melody takes the listener right back to the sounds and vibes at the 1960s and 1970s and this tuneful single, the first from their forthcoming album, is immediate and absorbing.  Adam Levy from alt-rock band The Honeydogs has a smooth clear vocal that blends perfectly with Smith and Brynstad’s voices."

Rootstime Magazine Belgium

"This is an enchantingly beautiful second album from a very surprising trio of musicians that we would love to hear more from in the years to come."

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