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© Chopback Music 2017
Photography by Carol Hodge, Matthew Humphrey, Brant Adam and Jason Insley


"The Adele for people into radical politics’, a UK 2018 equivalent to the Tapestry-era Carole King, Carol Hodge's album is a masterpiece from the margins"

                                                                           - LOUDER THAN WAR (full review here)

"There is not a bad song on this album. Carol is undoubtedly one of the country's supremely talented songwriters and deserves to have people shouting from the rooftops about her talent"

                                                                          - THE GINGER QUIFF ( full review here)

"...close to the bone, but deeply connecting, and full of songs I wish I wrote. With a vocal delivery so emotive and impassioned, I feel that this album is important, and the world’s record collection is incomplete without it. 9/10"

                                                                           - DESIGN A GIG (full review here)

"This Album culminates the many aspects of her work succinctly, mixing the story to sweeten the bitter pill of daily life issues, and frankly is the one to buy."

                                                                           - FISHINABOX RECORDS (full review here)

"Heartfelt lyrics range from the personal to the socio-political. There are songs of love and betrayal but also of austerity and lonely OAPs choosing between food or heat. However serious the lyrics, the music is almost always up-lifting...All in all, a modern classic."

                                                                           - OUTLINE (full review here)

"I am totally and utterly convinced by this opening donation, it is a work of marvellous quality and created by a gifted DIY minstrel who is proving once and for all that we have, in our midst, a talent to be reckoned with - stunning."

                                                                           - FUNGALPUNK (full review here)