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Bob Boilen of NPR: “I love that… Yikes! That’s great! I’m excited”

NPR’s All Songs Considered: “A melody from quirkily ornamented acoustic to edgy, processed rock”

Stereogum: “‘Nothing’ is a seriously stunning piece of work that ought to put Common Holly on your radar”

The Line of Best Fit: “… gloriously experimental, showcasing Common Holly’s undeniable ear for comprehensive melodies and tangible emotion”

Paste Magazine: “Common Holly’s voice is so lovely, that it might just make you forget your woes for a few blinks”

Bust Magazine: “This young Canadian musician exudes promise.”

Alt Citizen: “Even when the guitars gnash their teeth Naggar’s voice sounds like it’s drifting on a cloud. I can’t wait to hear where she floats to next”

Indie Shuffle on ‘If After All’:A cathartic moment of poetry that’s straight out of the Paranoid Android playbook”

Indie Shuffle on Nothing: “… delicately yet brutally candid, which in turn makes it endearingly relatable”

DIY Magazine: “If there’s one word that couldn’t be used to describe Montreal-based Common Holly, aka Brigitte Naggar, it’s predictable”

Rookie Mag: “Common Holly is just getting started”

ThrdCoast: Common Holly’s music is graceful, subtle, and fully grown up.”

PopCrush: “Silky vocals poised above soft strums that eventually crescendo, sweeping an entire indie-rock spectrum”

Culture Collide: “Common Holly… takes on the coming of age tale with a compositional artistry way beyond her years”

Raw Meat: “Common Holly’s sounds are immediately unique, drawing us into a world of her own creation”

Gold Flake Paint: “Magical and mercurial and then decisively sincere”