"Lovely song, a real time for reflection" Richard Haugh, BBC Suffolk Introducing.
"The song brings to light the western world's issues with religion and Islam, and the cultural tensions that reside within that. The opening lines of "I met my lover in a stadium/She was a Muslim and I took her home/And the EDL* with their flags aloft/Should have seen her crying when the bombs went off" are a stunning way of putting across something explosive whilst tugging at the heart strings.
What's brilliant about this gentle country/folk tune is how it directly questions and brings about an important debate, all whilst remaining shrouded in nonchalance and delicate thoughtfulness. The delivery is unassuming and not obnoxious or aggressive, simply powerful and sad." For The Country Record.