“LHO have created something close to an Americana masterpiece here. Every track a gorgeous subtle gift, heavily reliant on deep but restrained tight addictive grooves, intriguing stories and melodies. ”
– Americana UK
“In an ideal world, a band should have a catchy name, a distinct sound and ear-snaring songs. LeE HaRVEY OsMOND has all three, all shown to great effect on the Ontario group’s debut disc A Quiet Evil.”
– Vancouver Sun
“Creeping across your floor like a demented banshee on downers, the collective LeE HARVeY OsMOND is certainly a psychedelic beast of another stripe. The product of Tom Wilson from Blackie & The Rodeo Kings, a few Cowboy Junkies and some Skydiggers, A Quiet Evil is the collective’s first release, and it is a wily captive indeed.”
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