“the fact that The Harmed Brothers haven’t achieved the popularity of, say, The Avett Brothers or The Lumineers remains as baffling as it is frustrating.” – Country Standard Time

“Melding indie rock fervor with the intricate fretwork of bluegrass, the band steer their way through both genres without slowing and manage to come out on the other side with something unique and wholly their own.” —Beats Per Minute

Unlike the unmussed fashion-grass coming from the Mumfords of the world, there’s something rusty and raw in the Harmed Brothers’ songs, something hungry and a little wild-eyed – Portland Mercury

“Better Days will slot in nicely to any collection that houses classic Ryan Adams, Whiskeytown, Uncle Tupelo (and their off-shoots) or the Avett Brothers.  What it may lack in shocks, it more than makes up for in warmth and execution.” —Ian Fildes – Americana UK

"The Harmed Brothers are putting their folky bluegrass roots on the backburner and once again heading down their own path as they prepare to release a new self-titled full-length album in February 2017." - Glide Magazine

“On the new track “When You See Me” the two expand their post-Tupelo, country-folk sound into a back porch party that never gets too rowdy to crowd out the wistful theme and sweet harmonies.” —KDHX – Song of the Day

"Their sound practically demands attention, and once it succeeds, there's clearly no letting go." - Country Standard Time

Blissful harmonies and shuffling banjos and guitars – Magnet