Excerpts from reviews: '...muscular beats, unmistakable big guitar sounds and songs that sound instantly familiar...these tracks sound a lot like lost classics.' - Rosey, Repeat Fanzine 'Because this is strangely singular I'm not sure what reference points to use (Kinks? garage pop? Ian Drury?) but I will say that John Burton's oddball vocals and the sweet twang of the guitars in these spare pop nuggets make me wish they were my next friend. ' - Wayne Timbsdayle, Roctober Magazine 'It has the feel of a hard rocking band, the experimental edge of the indie scene and the feel of a slightly psychedelic classic rock band all in one.' - Amanda Gertner, The Marlin Chronicle '...an adventurous blend of indie, garage and classic rock sounds...' - Dean Pedley, Sea of Tranquility 'Her Next Friend are certainly radar worthy and require more than just a surface surf. Dig in, unusual may be the next big thing. ' - Kim Thore, All Access Magazine '...think The Hold Steady/Lifter Puller (but less narrative-y), The White Stripes, Guided By Voices.' - Edwin, KZSU 'Weird indie rock. Really grows on you.' - Dino Lull, Metro Spirit.