"Pretty psychedelicotic!" - "Count" Peter Zaremba (The Fleshtones)
"THE LAISSEZ FAIRS.....John Fallon and Joe Lawless.....the team....the dream...singers, songwriters. mult-instrumentalists, record producers...for the love of it...for the art of it...that is why. Cromm Fallon and Aaron Archer are there, as well, making it all happen. Yes, John was in The Steppes and that was a golden moment.....but that was then and this is very now... thanks to Joe Lawless and his magic studio. This is but half of the equation. The Laissez Fairs are an explosive live band...the sound of a psychedelic pressure cooker set on 11.....colours everywhere...pretty and hard."
"THE LAISSEZ FAIRS...."Marigold"...their 4th album. 16 tracks. All sorts of tunes...fat, skinny, loud, and soft...travel inside this album...let it happen. Did Neil Armstrong bring this back from the moon in July 1969?....not so much a white album...rather a lovely shade of MARIGOLD."
Critics praise for The Laissez Fairs' previous release 'Empire Of Mars':
"An amphetamine and acid-tinged take on the British Invasion sound." - Shindig! Magazine
"Indeed among the upper echelon of contemporary mod psychedelic rock bands." - It's Psychedelic Baby Magazine
"From the jangling, fuzzy guitar licks to the vintage mod aesthetic,The Laissez Fairs feel like the closest thing Las Vegas has to an actual time machine." - Las Vegas Weekly
"Emulates the mid-60s era when the Beatles and the Stones were just starting to evolve into psychedelia." - Blurt Magazine
Rum Bar Records is turning into one of the absolute best labels for real rock and roll these days, if you haven't gotten hip to that trip. It's the boss sound from the Boss-town." - Bill Kelly, Bill Kelly's Teenage Wasteland WFMU