Kind Words from the Critics 

Kind words are flowing in for As Long as it’s Not Us. Sophie Hamley at Sunburnt Country compared it to “an Arthur Streeton painting” and described it “an act of love…the best document of these times that you could ask for”. Bernard Zuel praised the record, saying “As Long as it’s Not Us is an album that takes its travels seriously but not earnestly, the depth of character in the songs making you feel like you’ve tapped into more story than is actually there”. Americana authority Listening Through the Lens listed the record amongst it’s Top of the month, alongside Charlie Crockett’s new one, whilst John O’Brien of The Brisbane Courier-Mail said “The Wildes’ precise, textured instrumentation is a perfect fit for Lachlan Bryan’s brooding vocals and stories of relationships and the human condition”.