Melody Maker - Single review
"The most thoroughly contemporary-sounding, state of the art single in the pile... Hug's sound is big, spacious and exciting - Gemma has a fine bold voice, there are artfully-placed samples and dashing, charging rhythms and even the wah-wah guitar isn't that offensive in the context.
In fact, the sound's undeniably impressive."
Melody Maker - article - 27 July, 1991
"A fiery and expressive Geordie cocktail, which comprises twangy Rickenbackers, funky drummers and turntable scratchers as well as vocalist Gem's soaring, Chrissie Hynde-like vocal contortions. It's kinda post-baggy, sort of danced-up Sugarcubes... Whatever people make of Hug's super- fab first single, Kaleid, they should recognise that it's an inordinately fine pop debut with a chorus fit for singing in the bath."