It ain't jazz, it certainly isn't folk and like all great music - its really hard to classify which makes the listening experience all the more enjoyable. One of the best lyricists in the country, a great band featuring Sarah Gillespie, Vocals and Guitar, Gilad Atzmon (who also produced the album) on various instruments, Ben Bastin on Bass, Enzo Zirelli - Drums, Kit Downes - Piano and Marcus Bates on French Horn. Don't take my word for it, the album has had many good reviews - The Guardian, The Independent, Financial Times, Mojo and more - Glory Days Review
- Impressionistic lyrics oscillate between the intimate and the infinite - The Independent
- Vividily powerfully lyrics and glorious forms of folk - Rock n Reel Magazine
- Glory Days - Her best mix yet of hooky tunes and smart lyrics - Mojo
- Joni Mitchell and Melanieesque voice, foot tapping music, and captivating lytics - BUZZ Magazine
- The Interplay between her acoustic guitar and Gilad Atzmon's clarinet sparkles, and the words tumble out unstoppable and direct - The Finacial Times
- Glory Days reveals Gillespie's song writing to be sharp and astute as ever and her poetic muse undimmed. It also charts her rise to prominence as an instrument. - The Jazz Mann
- Atzmon called her a "jazz wordsmith", apoetic rebel. She's also a fine guitarist and ardent performer. - London Jazz News.