"Not About Nightingales offers strong melodies built upon delta blues and folk influences, nice arrangements and Eric’s comfortable voice. The inclusion of rock and bluegrass elements and even a bit of jazz influence, provide the folk melodies with alluring nuances. If you’re into good, easy-to-listen-to folk music, then this album is for you."
"As for how each song stands on its own, for the sake of its individual quality, George stands alone in his innovative style. It’s easy to draw comparisons to the atmospheric skies painted by the likes of artists like Lord Huron or Langhorne Slim, redolent in calls to naturalism and three-chord folk storytelling held within the crust of rockier production. Still, something else lingers beneath that surface layer, inspired more by classic rock, punk, and surf inclinations and held together by an eclectic, psychedelic whole."
"Where I Start is George's seventh musical release in five years. He's prolific but deliberate — each project has a distinct driving force. George sang for the voiceless on his politically charged 2018 album Two Hands, Songs of Resistance. On his newest, he advocates for the songs themselves."