Debut album out on limited edition digipac on the 28th August through Unknown Pleasures Records.
Outline Magazine 9/10
‘What lifts this is the quality of the song writing…there is a pop heart beating throughout and that makes this a very good thing indeed’.
Whisperin and Hollerin 8/10
‘ A band carving their own niche in the field of post-punk revivalism’.
Primal Music Blog 4/5
‘With this release, The Raudive have painted a clever and genre blending picture for audiences to feed on and become lost and remote within; beautifully crafted with the bands style of musical layering in both genre and sound’.