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“It’s nice to see bands evolve. Cave Clove essentially began as collaboration between singer-songwriter Katie Colver and drummer Melissa Kilkuskie, and retained much of the traditional singer-songwriter vibes throughout the process. As the band has expanded into a four-piece, they’re exploring new, louder, territory with their sound…“I think we are finally settling into the fullest potential of these songs and the results are exciting,” explains Kilkuskie.”  

– Russell Jelinek, The Bay Bridged - 3|17|15

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“I categorize their music as “cheery sound but melancholy lyrics” along with The Smiths, Belle & Sebastian and Architecture in Helsinki. Of course, describing a new musical discovery is never as simple as smashing together the names of other bands — Cave Clove employs plinking honky-tonk piano and rich string accents rarely found outside of bluegrass and down-home country fiddling. The composite effect is an auditory pleasure, refreshingly physical after Lana Del Rey’s pulsing synths or Kanye West’s crackling hip-hop beats.”

- Sonya Mann, Bustle Magazine - 3|10|15 

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“At first listen, Cave Clove’s “Closer to the Moon” sounds conspicuously frictionless, as if gliding forward in zero gravity…Katie Clover’s elegant melodies come pouring out and wide bass notes fill out the lower end of the sonic space. Yet for all its soothing instrumentation, there’s a bitterness embedded in Clover’s wistful descriptions of the passing of time; coursing forward as effortlessly as the song she has crafted. An intake of breath, little tense knots in the synths; these little moments catch in your ear and can captivate you as much as Clover’s voice.”

 – The Kitchen Sisters, NPR - 12|1|14 

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“Kyrie is an expansive arrangement, with strings and Clover’s strong, emotional vocals leading the way.”  

- Russell Jelinek, The Bay Bridged - 9|30|14

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“A group with a stellar sound that is all their own - soulful harmonies, sultry vocals, and reflective lyricism meet unique instrumentation and make this 5-piece band an extraordinary addition to the evolving genre of Americana.”

 – Kim Grant, Turnstyled Junkpiled - 5|29|14

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