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"I wasn't aware of Soren and their talents until Danny Blume lured me into their world of song, and a compelling world it is. Attractive and groovy in many ways while also possessing an almost troubling current of raw insight and emotion, I am certainly better for having heard their music. I hope many others can find them and find time to listen."

- Nels Cline (Wilco)

“Beloved is beautiful: rich and generous.”

- Joe Henry (Grammy award winning producer and artist)

"I was involved early in the process - having heard Soren's songs when they were in their demo form: just piano and voice. I was immediately drawn to their songwriting - tuneful, great lyrics, and deeply soulful. It was great fun to be part of fleshing them out, alongside an incredible cast of players. I was so happy to hear those same qualities come through in the final production - through its many layers - a testament to the strength of the compositions, Soren's intuitively organic approach, and to their smart choices as far as the musicians they chose to help realize this record."

- Mark Orton (Tin Hat Trio and Scores for "The Holdovers" and "Nebraska")


"Soren Song possesses that rare combination of soul, skill, and a phoenix-from-the-ashes story that draws at your heartstrings and makes you smile and weep. We're making the record that must be made, one that will stand the test of time and provide inspiration, wisdom, and fun to people of all generations and walks of life for a long time to come."

- Danny Blume (Grammy and Juno award winning producer)

"I listened and discovered a new soundtrack to this stage of my life... I found myself listening to the anthem for We-The-Discontented-Who-Long-For-A-Deeper-Meaning. Soren's music is the poetry made by a profoundly articulate soul."

- Frank Schaeffer (Best-selling Author, Director, and Artist)

“I had the pleasure to play some horns on Soren Song's new record and I loved the tunes; full of soul! They are a sweet person and would love to work with them again!”

- Ralph Carney (Tom Waits)

"Soren approached me about 10 years ago to sing on "Seakeeper", a song on their latest release. I was thrilled to hear that the song would finally see the light of day. They then asked me to sing on a few other tracks, and, in addition to the stellar production and musicianship, I was amazed by the lyrics: the joy, the positivity, and most of all the weight given to the subject of love. Soren seems to understand love's transformative power and is able to express it without falling into kitsch."

- Tess Wiley (Sixpence None the Richer) 

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