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Playing with Walk the Moon @ The Fillmore, Charlotte, NC

"...having adpoted a sound with quite a bit more bite as well as a nostalgic love for the heydays of rock and roll...a bolder psychedelic touch marked by reverb-heavy swagger and searing, sawtoothed guitar solos." -Consequence of Sound  full article

Ancient Cities, alongside Fiona Apple, Hozier, Langhorne Slim and other musicians at the Newport Folk Festival 2015, are featured in an article on Giles Clement's tintype photography. full article

"Converse Rubber Tracks put out a call for bands to enter to win a chance to record at their new studio in Boston and earn a slot playing Newport Folk Fest. With the days counting down until the start of the annual music festival in Rhode Island, Converse just announced the winners: Boston folk trio Honeysuckle, North Carolina psych-pop band Ancient Cities, and Maine folk quartet The Ghost of Paul Revere." - Vanyaland.com   full article

"This is the most intriguing album I've heard these past 12 months. Repeated listening reinforces the notion that I can't remember the last album before this that I actually regretted not having a lyric sheet" - POP diggers (Sweden)   full article

"Ancient Cities sounds like Omaha with their spacey folk-rock, fuzzy guitars and classic rock influences. There's definitely a warm, mysterious

layer of psych feelings under these eclectic sounds" - New Noise Magazine (US)  full article

"Sixties-styled folk, psychedelic arrangements and warm crunchy chords blending classic and modern rock"  - What's Protocol (Philadelphia) full article

Indie acts storm New York City for CMJ's 2015 Music Marathon  full article