Praise for "Bridges":

“It is a soaring, powerful and angsty vocal that is like a mix of Black Mountain, PJ Harvey and Weyes Blood.” 

          - Ming Wu (PhotogMusic) 

“‘Bridges’ is a dark and beautiful song; a song of many textures all of them warm in a very cold and brittle kind of way; a song that deals with life memories and all of their unbecoming and becoming raptures, it is the kind of song that one should only share with their closest and to be trusted friend. But that is the beauty of music as all listeners are the artist’s friends and this song deserves many friends as it is a lovely fragile tattered love letter to hope and remembrance of the dark and light in one’s life past and present. ” 

          - Brian ‘Bordello’ Shea (Monolith Cocktail)

“Stone’s latest single is the atmospheric and dramatic, Michael Peter Olsen-co-produced “Bridges.” Centered around strummed guitar, dramatic drumming and Stone’s achingly vulnerable vocals, the PJ Harvey and Shana Falana-like “Bridges” finds the Vancouver Island-born, Toronto-based artist telling a story of dissolution, shame and self-flagellation with a bold and unvarnished honesty.” 

          - William Ruben Helms (The Joy of Violent Movement)

Photo by Kira May