“The Arthurs are still keeping to their good old mix of atmospheric guitar tones upon guitars as why would you ever want to tamper with something that's not broken and gives your ears a real treat, it's classically raw and dreamy with enough punch to keep you listening to their other tracks once "Something With Oceans" is over - like what it done to me once I finished with listening to it for the tenth time!” – It’s all Indie “Something With Oceans” single review 


“The Arthurs have outdone themselves with their latest ‘Something with Oceans’.” – The Other Side “Something with Oceans” single review. 


"The mix of reverberated, moody vocals and high volume, melodic guitars reminds me of some of the best psychedelic and goth bands of the 80’s and 90’s. There are hints of The Church, Dinosaur Jr and Bauhaus. But The Arthurs definitely put their own spin on the sound. In the end, their brand of hypnotic Rock is all their own."

(The Static Dive "Void" single review)

"The track is an absolute wonder, a real won't be that much longer before the band goes international and captures their hearts....Be sure to listen to this'll be worth your while, trust me." (It's all Indie "Red Letter Days" single review)

"Their music reflects a sense of musical completeness and expressive maturity, that has few equals“ (Nova Blog "Red Letter Days" single review)

"Soaring and atmospheric, stunning new single". (Mystic Sons "Red Letter Days" single review + interview with Robin)

“One of the most unique Dutch groups in the 2010’s.” (The Other Side  "Red Letter Days" single review).

"Catchy brit pop-like, the foursome developed their own sound. Our interest for their second album has certainly been aroused." (Luminous Dash, 'Leave this Town'

single review)


"Enthralling debut album". (3voor12, 'When I'm Sane' album review)


"Very strong debut. 'When I'm Sane' is the perfect ticket to the biggest festivals."  (Popunie, album review)

"A unique indie rock band, different from others, that grabbed our attention to the stage immediately ."(Jitters Blog, Westerpop Festival review