1. Jambase review

    Review of the Haleiwa LP by Jambase: “The main focus here is the beautiful acoustic guitar playing: gorgeous, inventive overlapping melodies that evoke the warmth and sunshine you’re longing for right now. This was one of my favorites of 2015…”

  2. Independent Clauses review

    “Haleiwa’s unique blend of sounds puts it in the same league as The Album Leaf, Teen Daze, and Grandaddy, but different from each of those. Palm Trees of the Subarctic is an exciting work that should be celebrated”.

    Review of Palm Trees Of The Subarctic by Independent Clauses.

  3. The Active Listener Sampler

    The Active Listener has featured Wall Of Blue Sky as the first track in this month’s sampler which is a monthly collection of songs they like, available for download or stream. Check it out here.

  4. Soundkartell review

    “It was another one of these great music moments in my life”. Review of ‘Palm Trees Of The Subarctic’ by the German music blog Soundkartell.

  5. The Active Listener review

    “…a perfect marriage of ‘Bryter Layter’ era Nick Drake and Hawaiian psych-folk mysteriosos These Trails”.

    “I would imagine those who hear “Palm Trees of the Subarctic” will be compiling it in their end of year lists for best record of 2015, it really is that good”.

    Read the full review of ‘Palm Trees Of The Subarctic at The Active Listener.

  6. After Skate

    “Ett lätt morgondisigt, vajande landskap men med en varm horisont”. The new album is featured in After Skate.

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