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"Eisley pairs epic instrumentation with unearthly song premises and
hallucinogenic, lyrical imagery." "Almost every song has a chorus
that opens into bright Technicolor hues. In these moments, one can
imagine flowers blooming and birds taking flight?-the music really has
an invigorating appeal." "Eisley has released an impressive, unique
and downright gorgeous album. Great things can be expected from them
in the future."

University of Wisconsin Daily Cardinal (Ryan Roab)

"Room Noises," the first full-length album by genre-bending band Eisley, scores a big, if slightly overproduced, hit... Hailing from Tyler, Texas, the four siblings and a best friend are slowly breaking out of obscurity, having toured with Grammy-winning Coldplay in 2003 and headlining a 2005 New Year's Eve bash in Deep Ellum... Led by the lilting, haunting vocals of sisters Sherri and Stacy Dupree, the band's rock-infused, ethereal music explores themes of childhood, nature and all things fantastical. The band radiates raw talent, playing their own instruments and composing all songs... Everything about the band screams "intimacy" - their fan-focused website, the family act, Sherri's art that adorns all memorabilia, their extensive fan meet-and-greet attempts and, most importantly, their songs.[url=]
University of Texas at Dallas Mercury (Iris Kuo)[/url]

"Room Noises is a captivating and surprisingly vibrant

Boston University Daily Free Press (Hanna Mark)

"If you're looking for something different and fresh, "Room Noises" is
the album you need to purchase."

Indiana Statesman (Jessica Dyer)

"Eisley is one of those rare bands whose lyrics match the tone and
beauty of their vocals, and their originality is a precious find in an
industry of copycats and recycled sounds."

Drury University Mirror (Natalie James)

"Eerie. Rousing. Playful. Whimsical. Bittersweet. These are some of
the moods you'll experience while listening to Eisley's debut album,
Room Noises."

The East Carolinian (Kacy Thompson)

"Room Noises is an excellent first release, and Eisley is most
certainly a band to watch out for in 2005."

Loyola College Greyhound (Tom Korp)

"The music is beautiful and fun to listen to"
The Niner Online (Anita Overcash)
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