Higher Plain Music is out with a review of Caitlin Cobb-Vialet‘s Endless Void, which is at radio now from War Chant Records. The site says the LP is “a patchwork quilt of emotional revelations and inner reflections… Each track on Endless Void feels like its peeling back a layer of exposing self confidence. The opener ‘Not Enough’ is all about not feeling good enough for anything. ‘Ask Me’ speaks of the safety of finding your first truly comfortable love only to realise you also have to love yourself. ‘The Reference’ screams ‘you don’t know me’ as if coming to terms with herself. As other people come and go, Caitlin Cobb-Vialet is left repeatedly with herself and that’s left her soul searching.”
Read the full review here and spin Endless Void now.