Mockit Music : "Fighting In The Disco"

"More frantic, fearless punk from these Ayrshire tearaways. After a recent string of chaotic Glasgow gigs at the infamous Priory, they are fast becoming the ones to watch amongst the scene"

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Small Music Scene: King Tuts New Years Revolution Festival

"would dish out a batch of other pungent, aggressive punky numbers"

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Patchchord News: Live at Troon Festival

"Noisy and in your face, Refuge Island are full of brashy punk attitude- love it"

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Gigslutz :
"Above Board - single review"

"The track emits a captivating rage with singer/songwriter Wullie O reflective of a man possessed. The expulsion of energy clocks in at just over two minutes and with the discharge of frantic guitar playing ensuring the debut offering penetrates the airwaves in a manner that slaps any dreamy listener awake."


Third Class Ticket radio show :
"There is no need to take REFUGE from this band. It’s in your face Indie Punk of the highest standard."

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The Glasgowist : Above Board Review

"the debut single Above Board is a modern love story with an edgy perspective"

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