Roxanne de Bastion’s wonderful life-affirming new album ‘You & Me, We Are The Same’ (out now via Nomad Songs) received glowing reviews (below) including The Observer (readable via The Guardian website) who called it “an ambitions second outing."
“There are elements of psych, new wave, late Beatles, indie folk and synthpop, corralled by her clear, pure intonation and unfussy delivery on the rising singer-songwriter’s ambitions second outing.”– The Observer
“Through her new album, You & Me, We Are The Same, Roxanne de Bastion manages to channel a period of deep emotional heartache into a rich vein of creativity.” – Louder Than War
“One of music’s most unique and inventive voices.” – We Close Tonight
“Roxanne de Bastion works with a rare degree of assurance. The songwriter has a potent and refined aesthetic, matching slight gothic tinges to some late 60s flourishes.” – Clash
“Roxanne de Bastion effortlessly combines psych and folk and manages to bring fresh approach to genres…This is a triumph for the musician and her album is sure to be something special. “ – Podcast
“’Ordinary Love’ comes with (Roxanne’s) addictive melodies, soaring harmonies and jangling guitar work complemented by the warmth of 70s production and the psychedelic folk influences.” – The Most Radicalist