April 28, 2016
‘Campfires on the Moon’ now out in the EU!
Rodney DeCroo’s ‘Campfires on the Moon’ is now available in Europe!
Dutch writer Rein van den Berg has reviewed it on Johnny’s Garden here.
Praise for ‘Campfires on the Moon’:
“One of Canada’s most sensitive and brilliant singer-songwriters”
– Adrian Mack, The Georgia Straight
“Seasoned Vancouver singer-songwriter Rodney DeCroo opens up his weathered heart on his latest album…one that never dares to stop questioning, begging for an answer, and hoping for something better.”
– Francois Marchand, Vancouver Sun
“Haunting twang and poetic snapshots…the album really is a thing of beauty.”
– Mike Kissinger, Vancouver Courier
“The revelatory nature of his songwriting, […] is as potent as ever on Campfires on the Moon. […] Atmospheric but in no way sedate, Campfires on the Moon makes use of all that room to emphasize its ideas.”
– Paul Blinov, Vue Weekly
“One of our very best roots-based troubadours…Campfires on the Moon is another first-class effort.”
– Kerry Doole, New Canadian Music
“This is godless Gospel music, and I’ve never heard anything else like it. […] These songs are spirituals.”
– Michael Nenonen, Art Threat
“His past efforts have always been well worth the time invested and this one is no exception, in fact I’d go as far as to say that this is some of his best work to date. It is also one of his deepest reaching records.”
– Nathan Pike, All What’s Rock