Islet ‘Eyelet’ press reactions

They invigorate the sense of life on the margins with this whirlwind of psychedelic pop”

The Guardian

★★★★★ The Vinyl District

★★★★ The Line Of Best Fit 

★★★★★ God Is In The TV

★★★★ Norman Records

★★★★★ Buzz

★★★★ AllMusic

★★★★ Blow Up

★★★★ Rumore

★★★★ OX Fanzine

★★★★ Sun Burns Out

★★★★ Les Oreilles Curieuses 

“A new beginning for the three piece that proves reflective, ambitious and openly confessional” The Line Of Best Fit 

“Easily Islet’s strongest and most accessible album” AllMusic 

Their best record yet, transformative and immersive”  God Is In The TV

“wonderfully weird” Norman Records

“They invigorate the sense of life on the margins with this whirlwind of psychedelic pop” The Guardian

“one of the best albums to come out of the UK in many years” Louder Than War

“Wandering, woozy, glitch-bedded mood pieces fusing trance-era textures and melodies as fragmented as those of Pram” Mojo

“Welsh trio conjure up dreamy lo-fi psychedelia” Uncut

“Refreshingly genuine” Popmatters 

“Easily Islet’s strongest and most accessible album” AllMusic

“Islet have lovingly crafted their own kaleidoscopic little world” Dusted

“Ein zartes und gleichwohl kraftvolles kleines, treibendes Inselchen, welches in der Zeit zeitlos schwebt.” Artnoir

“riche en surprises (…) Sept années que l’on était sans nouvelles d’Islet et le trio gallois ne nous a pas déçu (…) un des disques les plus osés de leur discographie qui affichera à nouveau leurs ambitions musicales.” Les Oreilles Curieuses

wonderfully weird

Norman Records