Sea of Bees Recent Press Recap…

“Songs for the Ravens is bound to be one of this year’s finest records; as soon as you hear it you’re not going to be able to shake it.” Portland Mercury

“Sea Of Bees encapsulate an otherworldly mood in their debut album, an interesting and unguarded blend of occasional dark corners and quirky escapism – the latter of which best depicts what music is about, after all.”    Wears The Trousers

“I want you to know how much I appreciate “Marmalade,” a fuzz-rumbling number from Sacramento’s Julie Ann Bee (aka Sea of Bees) that’s equal parts Polly Jean Harvey and the Kris Special and, above all, fresher than fresh.” Duluth News Tribune

“Bee Eee Pee’ was so beloved because of its low production and high emotion factor and those qualities have only been expanded on for Songs for the Ravens. The record projects itself as a hybrid of tunes all tied together via the lazy warmness of Baenziger’s voice.” For Folk’s Sake

“Songs For the Ravens is full-on, with an arsenal of glockenspiel, slide, marimba and keys. But you might not even notice all that when you hear her vocal register, which lies somewhere between that of Björk and Leigh Nash … I know, too good to be true, and it is truly gorgeous.” The Days of Lore

“The new album highlights Baenziger’s ethereal, emotive vocals, yearning lyrics and buoyant musical sensibility that turns even sadness into an embrace.” The Sacramento Bee

LA Weekly


Capital Public Radio: Off Air

Wears The Trousers

Days Of Lore

Sacramento Bee

OPB Music

Duluth News Tribune


The Bay Bridged

The Portland Mercury

Sacramento Press

Submerge Magazine

Fresh Squeezed Blog

Thanks to Riot Act Media!

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