"This consistently astonishing writer chronicles happiness as astutely as he evokes its opposite."
"Creativity sometimes croaks when domestic bliss walks in, but not here"
"Uncharacteristically hopeful, and euphorically in love"
- New York Times
- Los Angeles Times
"Unfailingly fascinating... So exciting and vibrant, one can only marvel at the cleverness of its creator"
- The Washington Post
"Sly, inviting, emotional, complex"
- USA Today
"A stunning artistic success"
"A warm, beautifully balanced record"
- The Observer
"Catharsis does not come any sweeter"
- The Evening Standard
"it turns out he can write just as well happy as sad"
- The Sunday Times
"Eels mainstay Mark Everett, or E as he's known, has another fine piece of work on his hands."
- The Daily Express
"The wordless howl of delight on the exuberant gospel stomper "Looking Up" is Everett's most compelling statement yet"
"The golden dawn after an awful night"
- The Mail On Sunday
"Tomorrow Morning is as warm as it is weird"
"An intriguing addition to the Eels canon"
- The Guardian
"A deft summertime pop record"
- All Music Guide
"His latest, best outing"
- Philadelphia Inquirer