"It’s not an easy job for musicians to paint a picture with their songs, harder still if a song is devoid of lyrics and stripped back to just instrumentals. That’s where Lawoftheland have struck gold though – their songs fill an expanse that most musicians can only hope to."
"Lawoftheland do not create music, they create an event, a moment in time they want you to remember and reflect on. The group is not about them as a band, it’s about you and how you interpret them…. everyone will do that differently and that’s what they want. Look at any page, Facebook etc, that promotes them, there is no bio or about us as that would lead you and take away the very point of the band, an err of mystery, and I like that a lot."
"During the five minutes of the single, the listener is taken on a journey through the wilderness, merely by the dips and falls of the synths, guitar and drums, before being immersed into civilisation midpoint by the hum of conversation. The song so vividly manifests itself that you could almost imagine it playing alongside a film scene."
"Think Kraftwerk but played with guitars. They say a picture paints a thousand words, and that is what they have done but with sound, no words apart from an excerpt on the self-titled track 4 from Prince Ea. You could imagine training as a boxer, walking down the aisle, driving your car at high speed or relaxing on a beach. No words are there to sway your thoughts and emotions, you can just let your mind wander…….and I did."