. With In the Ballroom, they find fresh grooves in retro textures, layering eerie tones of guitar, woozy brass and bass under soft-lit 1940s jazz melodies. -- HARP MAGAZINE Saint Bernadette's debut is a shimmering set of torchy, if not necessarily romantic jazz blues that reveals additional layers the more it's played. . .
. Turn the lights down low, burn some incense, and lose yourself in Saint Bernadette's intense yet lithe charms. -- ALL MUSIC GUIDE The debut album from Connecticut’s Saint Bernadette hits the sort of notes and touches that make me weak in the knees, by expertly melding things I’m a sucker for: ballsy broads, smoke-filled jazz clubs, and, of course, the element of surprise. -- SENTIMENTALIST MAGAZINE If you're a fan of femme fatales and below-the-belt rock (and really, who isn't?), Saint Bernadette is definitely worth your attention. -- MY OLD KENTUCKY BLOG And with some more apparitions, weirder songwriting, and maybe a wholesale embrace of cacophony and insanity, Meredith DiMenna may become a menace, a Karen O. for Fairfield County. -- POPMATTERS. .
. a sultry, entrancing release heavy on old-school soul. . . -- METROMIX Grace Slick-meets-Edie Brickell vocals at their most haunting. -- NEW YORK TIMES REVIEWS FOR “I WANNA TELL YOU SOMETHING” Saint Bernadette’s new EP I Wanna Tell You Something is a boozy romp filled with tales of lust and empowerment. -- PENSATOS.
. . .a more immediately modern collection of songs that invites listeners to step out of the retro vibe of the ballroom and in to the raw, smoky barroom. -- METROMIX. .
. . mixes shoegazing guitar crescendos ("In Between"), stadium-friendly sing-a-long choruses ("Love Is a Stranger") and a cod, skanking backbeat ("One In a Million"). .
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