'Repetitive riffs meet droning, mournful sounds that paint bleak landscapes as they present a sense of dark introspection. The musicianship is studied and effective, clearly making Hachey's expressive vocals the band's centrepiece.' -- Eric Thom - Exclaim Magazine 'Another solid band from Canada's East Coast. Sproll has earned it's place in the Canadian music scene with singles like 'Eyes Have Spoken' and 'Everywhere You Turn'. With tour dates bringing them across the country, it won't be long before they're recognized as one of the East Coast's best ...' -- Matthew Romanada - Indie Pulse 'I have a feeling these guys could very well be destined for bigger and better things. In the meantime, you can't go wrong picking up this EP if you're a fan of British guitar pop rock. Well done indeed.' -- Ken Kelley - [HERE] Magazine 'Great, atmospheric tunes that only leave you wanting more, and lush production by Halifax's Laurence Currie (Sloan, Wintersleep, etc.) - this is 25 minutes of solid pop-rock.' -- Eric Lewis - Times & Transcript '...Best of all, though, is 'Nobody's Fault', which could easily be Sproll's 'Yellow' -- it's catchy, it's heartfelt, and it could be the song that makes them omnipresent and launches them into stardom. With luck, however, when that happens they'll remember that it was Soft Science that put them there in the first place...' -- Matthew - i (heart) music 'Soft Science doesn't have a bad song on it. The six songs flow seamlessly into each other to create 25 minutes of atmospheric rock.' -- Andrew Sharpe - BOOM Magazine ' Lead-Singer Corey Hachey's soft voice lures you into every song on the album. It's soft, charming, and feeling. There's something there.' -- Heidi Irvine - The Aquinian.