“[Poland based Colorado singer songwriter, Moriah Woods'] lyrics and elegantly gloomy sound is a legacy of female independence in testosterone-filled music, such as PJ Harvey or Cat Power. - Jakub Oślak

[...] It's not just the influence of Carole King's folk, Buffy Sainte-Marie's dissent or Vashti Bunyan's spiritual journey; it's the striking modesty of Sharon Van Etten, the beautiful darkness of A.A. Williams, the dreaminess of Alison Goldfrapp, and the melancholy of Beth Gibbons.”