"Anna's voice is truly something to behold. It’s pure and
effortless without any of the cheesy Americanism that permeates so much
of the acoustic genre. With her petite frame and long wavy locks, she
looks like an English rose from a Renaissance painting. By the midway
point she has the audience completely captivated and lightens the
atmosphere with some playful banter.
Her humble personality and girl-next-door politeness serve to highlight the fact that these are genuinely heartfelt songs."I Didn’t Know What To Do” is a haunting and fearful ode to a loved one where as set-closer “Time” layers soft harmonies and reflective lyrics that serve as a poignant exclamation mark to a wonderfully intimate show." XYZ Magazine.co.uk
"Anna's angelic voice sets ripples through even the hardened non-goosebumpable arms, likened to the vocalistic talents of Regina Spektor and a female Elliott Smith, complete with wistful guitars and an opportunity-opening loop-box."- Rich Ward, Overhead Wires.
"Anna Searight’s songs show a notable delicacy that steps out from the usual woe-is-me singer songwriter material with “Time” impressing most despite its simplicity. Sometimes simple is enough when you have the talent to carry it off. Ms Searight has that talent." - Bluesbunny Music Reviews.
"Anna Searight is one of those rare talents that will whisk you away from the monotony of everyday life; a sweet, contemplative, modern take on acoustic pop" - Emma King and the Heartsets, PLC Records