CBC - "London's Danielle Fricke has finally released her brand new album Moon, and it was worth the wait. It's dark and introspective in an authentic way, and awash with textures and depth. You want to listen to this in headphones to dissect each track.
Wake The Deaf - "The wonder of the album is that the human emotions of love and longing never evaporate, continuing to push through the frost where they are warmed by earthshine, opening up the possibility that the very feelings which caused the pain could be the things which end it."
GoldFlakePaint - "Fricke’s own take on loneliness and longing doesn’t always have a happy ending. What you get is a purer, real world perspective on how it feels to really miss someone, something or some place – even things you never had."
Indie Underground - "You’ll naturally find yourself captivated by Danielle’s soft and delicate voice, especially when paired with her mesmerizing instrument combinations."
Grayowl Point - "It makes a lot of sense that Fricke first made an impression on me with a gorgeous Christmas EP about a year ago. Moon carries that same kind of wonderful warmth."