"Fabulous new band!"
Johnny Coppin, BBC Gloucestershire
"One of the best new singles I've heard for a very, very long time! Instantly hooked me in!
Claire Carter, BBC Gloucestershire
"A stunning blend of 60s and 70s-style folk rock songs infused with a delicious blend of electric and acoustic guitar notes."
- Birmingham Mail
"A folk band with big plans, SoGlos speaks to Gloucestershire-based trio, Harpers Ferry, about inspiration, upcoming festivals, and dancing grannies." - Soglos Magazine
"We are treated to a steady stream of lively and beautifully played Americana with singer Pia Varma’s voice, absolutely made for this type of music, cutting powerfully through the twin guitars of Ben Harvey and Christopher Rayner." - Behind The Scenes Gloucestershire
"A song full of social commentary carried on a melodic, earthy sounding acoustic rhythm. The lyrics challenge the listener to think for themselves and to question what they hear.
Its sound is one of both folk rock and Americana, with a slight modern rock feel. The feel is sweet and gentle, the kind of song to listen to on a relaxing Sunday morning." - National Country Review
"It’s rather more poignant, political and thought-provoking than many artists now would dare to approach, and that’s a testament to the current affairs truth-telling of 1960’s singer-songwriter music that has inspired them so greatly."
-For The Country Record
"The pace behind the acoustic guitar led melody works well alongside Pia's smooth vocal and Chris and Ben provide a very strong harmony with their backing vocals. With an Americana orientated sound, the track is full of lyrics like "is this real or is this in my head" challenging listeners to question what they hear.The overall track comes together really well"
-Hitting All The Right Notes
"Curiously the band, named after a battle in the American Civil War – Ben's a big history buff – draws inspiration from the alternative country music scene in Texas and south America in the mid-70s. In short the music they're producing is thought-provoking stuff; this is not another up-and-coming band churning out manufactured pop."
-The Gloucestershire Echo