American Songwriter gives The Mirror Four Stars


When Jill Andrews released her self-titled EP in 2009 soon after the break-up of her folk duo The Everybodyfields, it played a little bit like a six-song “Dear John” letter. And while the songs chronicle the slow and careful dismantling of a romantic relationship, it wasn’t easy — especially for devoted fans of Jill Andrews and Sam Quinn’s promising project — to not read into the music looking for answers for the break-up. Those who listened closely, however, found a collection of songs from Andrews stronger than her work with Quinn: The emotional depths were deeper; click here to continue reading...