c’est trop bien. Ce troisième disque du groupe de Québec, qui s’articule autour de son chanteur, auteur et compositeur, est remarquablement écrit, très tendrement parlé-chanté… des choeurs entourent la belle voix d’Aurian, qui en a beaucoup à dire (en anglais et en français) et sait dire.” - Sylvain Cormier

Le Devoir

Au niveau des ambiances, on voyage énormément et c’est une des grandes forces de cet album ” - Valérie Cloutier

— Radio Canada

a uniquely wistful and melancholy brand of folk, at once both inviting and harrowing…a great record, regardless of whether you’re looking for something upbeat or something to cry along to, and the humbleness of the album makes its charms only come out more with repeated listens.” - Cody Conard

The Big Takeover, USA

The Aurian Haller Band subtly shift genre throughout the record, but the consistent spacing, excellent song construction and Haller’s eloquence are more than adequate at creating a sense of uniformity.” - MacEagon Voyce

— AXS, USA

House of Words, is a great independent release from a band of highly skilled musicians…and could very well be a break out release for The Aurian Haller Band.” - Shaine Freeman

— I Am Entertainment Magazine, USA

the poetic, layered indie pop of Quebec City’s Aurian Haller Band...achieve[s] the rare feat of being both introspective and catchy.” - Ruby Pratka

— Québec Chronicle-Telegraph

The Aurian Haller Band successfully sprawls across the genre-scape; from indie-folk to country-twang to experimental jazz, this quartet ignites aural sparks in their new album released earlier this month, House of Words. The band merges together poetic songwriting with instrumental coordination into a well crafted package, displaying their folk melodies which ring reminiscent of Leonard Cohen” - Anon Magazine

Anon Magazine

there are moments on the album where Haller’s lyrics are so poetically folksy, so spoken, deliberate, and calculated, that sections of House of Words feel as if they were meant to accompany some rousing scene in some long past, reputable Western.” - From the North With Love

From the North With Love

The Dark Room est une proposition solide, qui vaut le détour. » - Nicolas Houle, La Presse « Le chanteur serait-il le secret le mieux gardé de Québec? Nul doute que son deuxième album, The Dark Room, auquel a participé Bob Egan (Blue Rodeo, Wilco), risque de le positionner de manière enviable sur la planète country-folk.” - Nicolas Houle

La Presse

Le chanteur serait-il le secret le mieux gardé de Québec? Nul doute que son deuxième album, The Dark Room, auquel a participé Bob Egan (Blue Rodeo, Wilco), risque de le positionner de manière enviable sur la planète country-folk.” - Nicolas Houle

— Le Soleil

Ce nouvel album comporte 12 titres qui méritent l'attention.” - Isabelle Le Maléfan

— Le Québec Express