“D’Amato sings and writes in the tradition of Bruce Springsteen or Josh Ritter.” - NPR

"Folk music raised on New Jersey grit with a playful, progressive sonic palette." -

“Brilliant.” - BBC

""Terrific...[with] enough depth to reveal new secrets with each listen." - Associated Press

“Turns heartbreak into cheery folk.” - SPIN

“Strikes every right note, incorporating classic folk, pop and and even a little punk rebellion.” - USA TODAY

"“Brings to mind Simon and Garfunkel’s more amped-up moments.” - Entertainment Weekly

"Smartly sweet." - Newsweek

“Catchy.” - TIME

"Echoes with early Bob Dylan." - UNCUT

“D’Amato has a way with words.” - BILLBOARD

“A rich sound that has as much depth as it does popular appeal.” - PASTE

“Jauntily fatalistic.” - NY MAG

“Self assured and deceptively mature.” - WORLD CAFE

“Soulful.” - The Wall Street Journal

"Needs to be played on repeat." - REFINERY 2