Not a single choice made on this track [Breathe] appears to be anything less than deliberate. Her lifetime of songwriting is evident, despite this upcoming album being her debut. If anything, it just goes to bolster how ingrained music and songwriting is in her very being. ” - Maggie MacLean

The East

The Mahone Bay-based singer-songwriter's sun-dappled sound refracts its own lightness, beaming into your eardrums with intensity that hooks. What'll keep you, though, are her lyrics about finding yourself.” - Morgan Mullin

The Coast

The song ['We Learn'] makes some deeply cryptic allusions, buried in her own history. Given the generally upbeat nature of the song it’s almost impossible to unravel exactly where the meaning of those lines could be aimed at, with Martell clearly enjoying a luxury of ambiguity that leaves the song open to wide interpretations from the listener.” - Alex Cook

The East

Martell’s ability to entrance listeners is multi-dimensional in nature. Her soft voice provides a sense of safety, her melodic instruments find beauty in simplicity, and all the extra bits, from the choir in the chorus to the slight bells near the end, add that delicate touch that complete Martell’s work of art. The stunning end result is hardly a surprise from an artist of Martell’s calibre.” - Charlotte Simmons on 'Fade Away'

The East

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