"With haunting stories of contemporary American life and the compelling characters who people that landscape, The Fremonts’ debut full length We Don’t Live There has been at the top of my playlist since its release."

-Libby Emmons, Spill Magazine

"...they offer often hauntingly good harmonies."

-Randy Erickson, La  Crosse Tribune

"What really sets this husband and wife duo apart is their storytelling and the inspiration behind their stories. On We Don’t Live There, The Fremonts combine what sometimes feel like ghost stories of old with what they say is “the heartache of leaving our past in a distant skyline and walking into fresh, open spaces with hope for the future.” You'll hear what I mean in the ballad track “Olivia.” It’s a tune with a progressive interlude (which you don’t always find in classic Americana) that also beckons the roots of the genre in an original way with a story that leaves you a bit haunted."

-Trevor Ryan, BolderBeat.com


"Stephanie Dodd and Justin Badger are two souls searching for their place in the world - one where the roads intersecting are from the land of folk and americana.  By sharing vocal/instrumental duties, each song rings with solo relatability yet holds a common value of something you'd maybe find on a She & Him album or deep in The Lumineers' archives.  It's uniquely Colorado, which by any stretch of standards is a truly marketable thing."

-Rooster Magazine


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