“Prudence gives the night a sense of blessed completion, rocketing you breathily away on wings of cosmic reverie”
- L.A Weekly

“After the Moon
is a psychedelic folk jewel recorded as a live jam at L.A.'s Basic Flowers, a cavernous warehouse in the city‘s core. It hints on progressive rock, psychedelia, pop, world and film music, while it examines all these dimensions like a brief but thrilling spiritual journey through sharp instrumentation and Prudence's fervent and melodious vocal delivery.”
- Destroy//Exist

“There’s something wonderfully consistent about Prudence’s work. She has a really unique way of looking at eras and breathing new light in them... After the Moon is a total delight - every element is patient, contributing to a long form gem that weaves together gorgeously.”
- Eucalypt 

““Fair Witness” has an instantly spacey vibe, combined with the spiciness and tension of a song fit for a sexy tango. [Prudence’s] voice is high and wispy but strong and sensual... it leaves longing for more.”
- Impose

“Ultimately this is one of the sweetest, least cynical things I’ve heard for a while. An album that asks, “Hey, are you going to Scarborough Fair? Because I’m sure going and it’d be great if you could make it.”
- The Thousands

“Closing with one of the year’s best songs, Morning, this is a set bursting with originality and talent, and a charismatic singer committed to making her own way.”
- The Music

“take an acid trip back in time with Prudence Rees-Lee. Her song Emmanuelle evokes a time of velvet pea coats and jabot fronted shirts, rhythmic gymnastics and the Pulp Fiction Soundtrack. A debut track backed by mystical harpsichord and a phantasmagorical strings section, with her vocals whispering sweet melodic nothings in your ear.”
- Something you said

“The Renaissance flavoured track features intricate string arrangements accompanied by driving harpsichord. Despite these typical classical features, there are evident psychedelic sensibilities that seep through. The most prominent of which is Rees-Lee’s voice, which although wispy and light, is extremely melodic and suits the song to a tee. Gone are the vocal acrobatics and big-time ballad chops we hear so much today. Instead Rees-Lee treats us with her balanced and unique take on what it means to be a chanteuse.”
- Adam not Eve

Impose- Fair Witness
Live Review – Howler
The Thousands – Court Music From the Planet of Love
Faster Louder – Court Music From the Planet of Love
Mess and Noise – Court Music From the Planet of Love
Sydney Morning Herald – Folk Pop Sprinkled with Genuine Nostalgia
The Music – Court Music From the Planet of Love
Faster Louder – Court Music From the Planet of Love
Review: Emmanuelle
The Age – Love Notes from a Harpsichord
Beat Magazine
The AU Review
New Noise: Prudence Rees-Lee
Artist on Artist Prudence Rees-Lee + Fuchsia
Forthcoming – Court Music From the Planet of Love
Pure Volume - Fair Witness Video
Tone Deaf – Paradise
Sirens of Deacy
No Pants – Guest Mix
The Music – Album Launch
Beat – Prudence Rees-Lee Announces Album Launch
Mess and Noise – Court Music from the Planet of Love
Watch: Prudence Rees-Lee Emmanuelle
Music: Prudence Rees-Lee
Crawl Space Watch: Emmanuelle
Me and All My Friends – Emmanuelle
Prudence Rees-Lee does it her way
The Orange Press – Emmanuelle
Prudence Rees-Lee’s pschadelic strangeness