Critic's Choice
- New York Times

4 stars
- Q Magazine

"EELS' best record yet... stands in the highest ranks of breakup albums"
4 stars
- Uncut

"It really is close to a masterpiece"
4 stars
- Mojo

"End Times is easily one of EELS' finest achievements"
4 stars
- Alternative Press

"His most universal work, and it's heartfelt and true"
- Spin

- Rolling Stone


"E for Exceptional... Few master those dark passageways with as much wisdom, wit and spare melancholic beauty"
- USA Today

"Everett is at his best"
- Associated Press

"This is E's Blood on the Tracks"
4 stars
- The Independent

4 stars
- The Telegraph

4 stars
- The Guardian

"Hes never been a more masterly observer of the human condition"
4 stars
- The London Evening Standard

"I doubt if anyone outside of John Lennon, Bob Dylan and Kurt Cobain can match E"
5 stars
- The Sunday Times

"First great record of the next decade? Without question"
5 stars
- The Sun

4 stars
- The Mirror

"Life affirming"
4 stars
- Sunday Express

4 stars
- The Mail

"A creative triumph"
5 stars
- Big Issue

4 stars
- Metro

"An eloquent, emotional and empathetic soundtrack to turn to in our hour of need"
4 stars
- The Scotsman

4 stars
- Financial Times

4 stars
- Allmusic

"A quiet stunner"
- Elle

"Singularly beautiful"
- Under The Radar

"Shimmering and affecting"
- Los Angeles Times

"Startlingly direct and melodically assured"

- The Observer

- Clash

"A triumph"
- Music Week

"Bluntly gorgeous"
- Portland Mercury

"A catharsis"
- The Times Union

"Rarely has a break up album been so easy to relate to"
- State Magazine

"A modest triumph"
- Tucson Weekly

"Ultimately cathartic"
- The Toronto Star

"Haunting, lonesome and raggedly beautiful"
4 stars
- The Montreal Gazette