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“Just heard and saw the future of folk music…must be heard and appreciated in absolute silence…Her songwriting is stunning.” - The Revue

“Townsend’s new EP, The History and the Heart of It, [is] a potently wrought collection of poems born out of her bones.” - B-Sides & Badlands

“Incredibly powerful, gorgeous voice…truly speaks to the soul.” - Two Story Melody

“Kimberly Townsend’s the real deal…[she] uses her entire body as an instrument, giving a sense of complexity and magic to songs founded upon the straightforward truth.” - Adobe and Teardrops

“Townsend captures your attention with her earthy sound and penetrating lyrics.” - Staccatofy

“Townsend might be compared to Sara Bareilles and Ingrid Michaelson, but she has a sweeping emotive voice all her own.” - Indie Pot Pie

“Monster licensing potential.” - Modern Music Maker

“US frontwoman follows in the footsteps of Maggie Rogers with this soaring yet wistful acoustic-led swoon.” - Mystic Sons

“There’s something extremely emotive about this song, and her soulful vocals work wonderfully well in telling a story.” - York Calling

“Pure magic. I am loving her distinctive vocals and how they stand out and soar over the soothing melodies…Kimberly is an amazing storyteller.” - Caesar LiveNLoud


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“KIMBERLY TOWNSEND Shares New Single ‘Steps’. A Beautifully Descriptive And Layered Lyrical Exercise.” - Come Here Floyd

“This Song Will Make You Feel Things” - It’s Not Records

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“Introducing: Kimberly Townsend - The History and the Heart of It” - LeFutureWave

“Alt-Folk creator Kimberly Townsend released EP The History and the Heart of It on the 18th” - Emerging Indie Bands

“Kimberly Townsend - Steps” - We love that sound

“NEW MUSIC DISCOVERY - 26.02.19” - Mystic Sons

“Kimberly Townsend - How I Got There” - Sora Music

“Gina Brooklyn // Kimberly Townsend // Madeline Lauer // Taichi Ro // Set Sail” - Come Here Floyd

“Introducing: Kimberly Townsend - How I Got There” - LeFutureWave

“10 SONGS DIE EUCH GEFALLEN WERDEN” - hoers.de