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Some clips of Viarosa reviews…

“Outstanding… sounds like The Birthday Party doing Johnny Cash.” Uncut Magazine reviewing ‘Porous’ ★ ★ ★ ★

“Where The Killers Run fulfils the promise… these songs tap into outlaw traditions of death and sorrow. A country-wired Echo & The Funnymen.” Uncut Magazine reviewing ‘Where The Killers Run’  ★ ★ ★ ★

“A swooning blend of violins, mandolins and country death songs … this is the sound of revenge.” The Independent reviewing ‘Where The Killers Run’  ★ ★ ★ ★

“Viarosa turn creeping dread into compelling art. Richard Neuberg and company find redemption in the midst of a sparse, scorched landscape. Cormac McCarthy would be proud.” Harp Magazine (US) reviewing ‘Where The Killers Run’

“This is an impressive debut, inhabiting the same sinister, gothic world as Nick Cave and Gillian Welch. Haunting and insidiously melodic songs…” Q Magazine reviewing ‘Where The Killers Run’.

“A great album from a distinctive and very talented group.” Maverick Magazine reviewing ‘Where The Killers Run’  ★ ★ ★ ★

“Dark and wonderful – this is a fabulous album and Viarosa really are doing something quite special.”  Irish World reviewing ‘Where The Killers Run’

“Superb – it’s just so different. I loved it… in a category of its own.” Iain Banks on Mark Riley’s 6 Music show. ‘Porous’ was voted album of the week.

“Gripping country noir from London… Viarosa’s magnificently sullen second builds on the reputation established with 2006 debut Where The Killers Run.” Uncut Magazine reviewing  ‘Send For The Sea’ ★ ★ ★ ★

“Send For The Sea once more finds Richard Neuberg locating his rumbling muse somewhere between Johnny Cash and Nick Cave, all set against some broodingly atmospheric backdrops.” Q Magazine reviewing ‘Send For The Sea’  ★ ★ ★ ★

“Dark, gloomy and beautiful…” The Mail reviewing ‘Send For The Sea’  ★ ★ ★ ★

“Equally spiritual and redemptive, ‘Send For The Sea’ is, in its diversity and tone, staggeringly life-affirming.” Pennyblack Music reviewing ‘Send For The Sea’