“The silo-smashing sextet taps into chamber pop, industrial rock, metal and prog-rock. Featuring the versatile, ever-appealing voice of Courtney Swain, Bent Knee’s unique mix is equal parts ingenuity and deliciousness.”
The Wall Street Journal

"A record that confirms its eloquence and ebullience, while also breaking new stylistic and temperamental ground." 
The Boston Globe

"Mind boggling... the grandest and subtlest ideas are on the table." 

"A celebration of creative freedom and unrestricted musicianship. Easily one of the best albums of the year." 
Rebel Noise

"Intricately woven, surrealist stylings... a potent sense of urgency tingles the air."
Consequence of Sound

"[An] ethereal work of art."
Under The Gun

"For them, tearing up the rock song rulebook is a calling. If you love original, inventive music that defies easy categorization, you simply cannot ignore Bent Knee." 

"Count this beguiling, unpredictable, wickedly smart album among the very best of 2016."  
New York Music Daily

"A breathtakingly hypnotic, multilayered, and a triumphant slice of self-reflection and empowerment." 

"No one genre can accurately encompass Bent Knee. Both personally and musically, [they] continue to push themselves out of their comfort zone, trying everything in every direction." 
Front Row Boston

"Superb, with vocals to die for, an interesting new turn at every corner, and never a dull moment. Highly recommended.” 
Bill Bruford

"Absolutely essential modern music that represents a hard working and creative band at the top of their game."
The Trumpet

"Unbelievably powerful." 
The Needle Drop

"Breathtaking in its scope and daring in its musical choices, 'Say So' is an album of unbridled ambition that dares to reach for the stars." 
The Progressive Aspect

"Demands to be talked about." 

"Brilliant! This band will soon be everywhere!" 
Nik Bärtsch