"…I first stumbled into Emma Kupa via Mammoth Penguins and with a solo album in the works, this 6-track EP is a good a place as any to start... wry, semi-autobiographical and heartfelt melancholic lyrics pair perfectly alongside gentle indie-folk hued feet-tapping melodies and Emma's home-spun vocals.... throw in added banjo and what's not to like? Not so much a record as a chat with a long-lost friend holed up in a cosy snug…"
Another great album - dean wareham, joanna gruesome, lonely tourist, dorotea, the chills, manhattan love suicides & spearmint are all highlights but the whole lot is pretty darn great really martin kiosk
The name of this album perfectly encapsulates everything I love about Elizabeth's musical output from the Darlings to Allo Darlin' to these precious songs: an unyielding optimism that is never naive, and by being so, becomes wildly contagious. Some music tells you that "everything will be ok", but her music actually makes you believe it, even when the lyrics hint at doubt. Michael Feck