“Superbly crafted tunes” (read more)

Guitar World

“Immediately memorable.” (read more)

Entertainment Weekly

“Rooted in the works of gently folky singer-songwriters like Cat Stevens and James Taylor.” (read more)

Rock NYC

“The best album of 2015.” (read more)

Carlos Alomar (David Bowie, Iggy Pop, Alicia Keys)

“I think that David Bronson voices the inner yearnings of the heart, and I think that’s the most powerful thing an artist can do.” (read more)


“A very distinctive sound. And he seems to write great songs.” (read more)


“Tons of emotion and fantastic vocal work.” (read more)

No Depression

“I could never have imagined that he could produce an album of the magnitude of Questions three short years later… has had my head spinning.” (read more)


“It is big and it is grown up… Bronson has crafted a record that is difficult to ignore.” (read more)

American Songwriter

“Straight to the point. No fancy auditory bells and whistles required.” (read more)


“Fans of Neil Young, George Harrison, and the like… Give a listen to David Bronson.” (listen)


“A Wellspring of soulful authenticity.” (read more)


“David has done the impossible. He has changed his sound and jumped up to a bigger and more polished sound…and it all works perfectly. Mr. Bronson seems perfectly poised to see his fan base jump exponentially.” (read more)

The New Current

“Few artists can produce work that… lays one’s soul open as much as Bronson.” (read more)

The Rock Club UK

“A man rapidly mastering and maturing his varied songwriting craft and that of musical storyteller.” (read more)

Headphone Nation

“The songwriting is more confident and full of even stronger lyrical depth.” (read more)

Clash Music

“Carefully etched songwriting… his gently wrought acoustic tapestries seem to unravel into patterns all of their own.. There are nods to the Laurel Canyon school – Graham Nash, James Taylor – as well as more recent fare, with Iron & Wine standing out as a near parallel.. a near Elliot Smith use of twisted silence.” (read more)

Dancing About Architecture

“A sort of eloquent street philosophy, the thoughts and questions of everyday life made into poetic expressions.” (read more)

Sonic Breakfast

“Will I still be listening to ‘Questions’ in five years time? I think I know the answer to this. And I won’t be alone.” (read more)

This is Book’s Music

“Passionate songs that sound like something you want to remember and even turn into personal scriptures… Allow it to be one of your personal favorites of 2015, as it is mine.” (read more)

Toronto Star

“A level of obsession that’s enough by itself to endear him to some (us included)… sounds like Cat Stevens fronting David Bowie’s Spiders From Mars.” (read more)

My Old Kentucky Blog

“Bronson has it all: the confessional narratives writ larger by dramatic highs and lows. The build-up to rock ‘n’ roll-based payoffs. The inherent sense of textures, beats, and something that can only be described as movement.” (read more)


“It would seem David Bronson has soaked up all the best parts of ’70s rock and created his own vibe, which feels surprisingly new.” (read more)

Rock NYC Live and Recorded

“A full bloodied masterpiece and artistic triumph.” (read more)

Gold Flake Paint

“Bronson is an artist who commits fully to his task, delving deep in to his own back-story to deliver raw and honest songs that range from delicate musings to full-blown stories of love, loss, life.” (read more)

Folk Roots List

“You can hear the scope of Bronson’s intense desire to produce a full-bodied exploration of his inner life as the album ranges in influence, from guitar driven rockscapes to raw simplicity, as well as potent and poignant lyrics… from the glossy classicism of Scott Walker, Neil Young, and George Harrison, to a looseness and experimentation of modern converts to the folk-rock sound, such as Phosphorescent, Grizzly Bear and Iron & Wine.” (read more)

Indie London

“It’s no small compliment to say that Bronson draws favourable comparisons to classic artists such as Bowie, Pink Floyd, REM and The Beatles in some of his work. But he’s also a distinct artist in his own right and one of the most interesting artists to emerge from the New York scene in a while.” (read more)

Drowned in Sound

“The album plays like Bronson’s personal diary and a vessel through which he exorcises his personal demons. What stands is a decent recording from a reflective soul, one who’s purging his innermost feelings for all to see.” (read more)

Middle Boop Mag

“David Bronson is an NYC based singer-songwriter whose love for modern American folk rock shines brilliantly via his gritty, gruff musical creations that recall the likes of Neil Young and Iron & Wine.” (read more)

Those Who Dig

“This record will stay with everyone who hears it for a very long time because its inspiration, its execution, and its spirit are so powerful.” (read more)


“If New York’s David Bronson doesn’t end up being a big success in the world of music.. it will probably be because (a) he is too intelligent, or (b) his approach is too unconventional for the casual listener.. David’s sound still reminds us in many ways of David Bowie and (even moreso) Roy Harper. These are not pop songs in the traditional sense of the word. Bronson’s winding melodies and soul searching lyrics are precise and focused…and he’s got a totally incredible voice.” (read more)

Nanobot Rock

“Bold and original, there isn’t anything like Bronson.” (read more)

Musika UK

“Bronson’s album focuses on the darknesses he experienced as an individual – and this comes across in his work, which has been described as one of the most cathartic works of its time.” (read more)

The Aquarian

“The disc plays like a book and really features Bronson’s ability to write.” (read more)

This is Book’s Music

“David Bronson’s Story is an album for those who love their pop and rock done in a passionate way that sounds like it comes from the heart, and not something orchestrated by a marketing room.. within his lyric writing style is a push to widen the spectrum of the music itself. This is pop genius, abrasive when it wants to be, passionate throughout.” (read more)

Beats Per Minute

“David Bronson likes to watch both sides of the mirror – his attention is pulled toward the examination of extremes. Bronson channels the spirit of his musical heroes (George Harrison, Cat Stevens) and pours everything out in his earnest intimations of 70’s rock.” (read more)

Leicester Bangs

“Bronson’s a classic pop wordsmith, with one eye on the confessional singer-songwriter legacy of the early ‘70s, and the other on something far more immediate and upbeat. Great songs come thick and fast.” (read more)

Nothing But Hope And Passion

“A track that simply couldn’t be more emotional and breathtaking.” (read more)

Band of Badgers Presents

“Real music from a master song writer and musician. What appears most evident to me just from The Long Lost Story is how David Bronson is certainly a force in music to be reckoned with.” (read more)

Sound of Confusion

“The vocals are ace on this song, carrying emotion without straining or going over the top, and also giving off a warm, hazy glow that soothes the soul. A direct comparison is difficult to think of, and that in itself is something worth shouting about. Let’s hope Mr. Bronson keeps up this run of good form.” (read more)

Taken By Sound

“One of the most unexpected musical gems that I’ve managed to stumble across this year… An absolutely fantastic album from start to finish, and a definite contender for one of my Top 10 albums this year.” (read more)

XYZ Magazine

“An emotional crucible of sound.. a potent delivery of heart and soul.” (read more)

US Press: Josh Bloom

UK & Europe Press:
Ellie Clarke / 01223 505328



Other Selected Press

PopMatters – Video Premiere / Portrait Gallery – April 08, 2015

Music & Riots – Interview – March 02, 2015

Digital Spy – Video Premiere – February 04, 2015

BLURT – Song Premiere – January 27, 2015

With Guitars – Video Release – January 27, 2015

South China Morning Post – Album of the Week – January 23, 2015

Classic Rock – Track of the Week – January 23, 2015

Red Guitar Music – Album Review – January 21, 2015

Ringmaster Review – Album Review – January 19, 2015

Digital Journal – Interview – January 16, 2015

Electric Music Magazine – Interview – January 15, 2015

Guitar World – Feature – January 14, 2015

Nooga.com – Album Review – January 13, 2015

Pittsburgh In Tune – Album Review – January 13, 2015

The Norman Transcript – Album Review – January 11, 2015

Rock NYC – Release of the Week – January 11, 2015

Mentioned Reviews – Album Review – January 09, 2015

Exclaim – Album Review – January 09, 2015

Rock Club UK – Album Review – January 06, 2015

No Depression – Album Review – January 02, 2015

Rock NYC – Best of 2015 – January 02, 2015

This is Book’s Music – Album Review – December 31, 2014

The New Current – Interview – December 30, 2014

MAGNET – Download – December 23, 2014

Music News UK – Album Review – December 23, 2014

MOJO Magazine – Feature Interview / Carlos Alomar – December 18, 2014

Performer Magazine – Studio Diary – December 17, 2014

Live and Die in Music – Music Video / Profile – December 16, 2014

Headphone Nation – Album Profile – December 16, 2014

Entertainment Weekly – Video Premiere – December 11, 2014

Sonic Breakfast – Album Review – December 02, 2014

babysue – Album Review – December 01, 2014

Rock NYC – Show Review – November 22, 2014

New York Natives – Live Video – November 19, 2014

Get Ready to Rock – Album Review – November 09, 2014

Rock Club UK – Interview – November 08, 2014

Dancing About Architecture – Album Review – November 08, 2014

So So Gay – Interview – November 07, 2014

NE:MM – Album Review – November 05, 2014

Vinyl District – Download – November 03, 2014

largehearted boy – Download – October 30, 2014

Rock NYC – Song Review – October 30, 2014

XS Noize – Song Release – October 29, 2014

Guitar World – Song Premiere – October 20, 2014

Black Project – Profile – October 15, 2014

Vents Magazine – Profile – October 15, 2014

Fred Perry’s Subculture – Profile – October 14, 2014

This is Book’s Music – Article – October 10, 2014

Daytrotter – Live Session – September 23, 2014

Fearless Radio – Radio Interview – March 8, 2014

Rock NYC – Interview – December 14, 2013

Rock United – Interview – January 18, 2014

Mad Mackerel – Download – November 14, 2013

Largehearted Boy – Download – October 25, 2013

Rock NYC – Review – September 23, 2013

Sound of Confusion – Review – August 13, 2013

AltSounds – Release – August 2, 2013

Performer Magazine – Video Premiere – July 22, 2013

Vanguard UK – Review – July 1, 2013

Vulture Hound – Remix – June 1, 2013

The 405 – Premiere – May 09, 2013

Baeble Music – Premiere – May 6, 2013

Songwriting Magazine – Interview – April 3, 2013

Indie London – Interview – March 27, 2013

Musika UK – Interview – March 8, 2013

With Guitars – Remix – February 16, 2013

Musical Mathematics – Compilation – February 11, 2013

Beats Per Minute – Feature – January 16, 2013

Real Sound OK – Interview – January 13, 2013

A Musical Priority – Review – January 12, 2013

Glasswerk – Review – January 8, 2013

No Depression – Review – January 7, 2013

Indie London – Single of the Week – January 7, 2013

Motor Bar – Review – January 7, 2013

Finally, I have a blog – Review – December 31, 2012

Tape to Tape – Review – December 19, 2012

Total Spec – Interview – December 17, 2012

The Vinyl District – Feature – December 17, 2012

Fearless Radio – Radio Interview – December 5, 2012

Seen It Heard It – Review – December 4, 2012

The Fire Note – Release – November 30, 2012

Taken By Sound – Interview – November 29, 2012

Under The Radar – Premiere – November 19, 2012

The Jitty – Review – November 16, 2012

Supajam – Release – November 14, 2012

babysue – Review – November 10, 2012

Rock NYC – Review – October 31, 2012

Gold Flake Paint – Review – October 19, 2012

Lost At E Minor – Review – October 11, 2012

Beehive Candy – Review – August 30, 2012

Voices To Hear – Interview – June 15, 2012