“Her songs rarely stay in one place, shifting with wild abandon and circuitous wordplay that collectively build a web of intrigue on her debut album. A harpist, composer, and songwriter based in Jamaica Plain, Harrer pitches her work somewhere between classical composition and the experimental pop of Kate Bush and Björk.” [James Reed - BOSTON GLOBE]

"...an art-pop singer/harpist whose mellifluous work will surely appeal to admirers of Shara Nova and Joanna Newsom." [Steve Smith - National Sawdust's THE LOG JOURNAL]

“Audrey Harrer’s debut studio release shimmers with six poetic compositions where she uses her harp to shape playful, cinematic structures… Harrer has done the impossible: make intricate compositions relaxed in their reveals.” [Nina Corcoran - DIG BOSTON]

"...her lysergic, complexly textured chamber pop compositions favor detached, intellectual cool..." [Matthew Dinaro - METRO]