“Beautiful, smoky vocals and lush, chamber pop production.”

- Paste

“Playful, potent, lush and sweet. Among the Grey finds Mize sounding fully formed: Rich and assertive, these songs alternately storm and sparkle. Together, they craft a fine introduction to a singer who’s searched for her own identity and found something worth looking for.” 


“With Among the Grey Mize expands her palette – the music can be a skein of fingerpicking, a distortion-edged surge or a cyclical meditation.” 

- The New York Times

“A dreamy, labyrinthine, beguiling, listening experience. There is a very communicative, in-the-moment feel to these proceedings; there’s spark and mystery, contact and connection, and the willingness to take chances that has been at the heart of Mize’s ever-expanding sonic palette from the beginning.”

- AllMusic

"Cheyenne Marie Mize’s debut LP, Before Lately, was full of dreamy, beautifully sparse guitar-pop with roots in the blues. [Her] skillful way of getting a remarkable amount of substance out of relatively minimal instrumentation is reminiscent of Feist’s The Reminder or Cat Power’s The Greatest." 

Consequence of Sound

Cheyenne named in NPR’s All Songs Considered’s Top 10 SXSW Discoveries 

"On this sometimes startling collection of tough, dreamy, cloudy-sky country and chamber pop, Ms. Mize deploys her tools sparingly but effectively. Ms. Mize, from Louisville, Ky., has a rare voice, sweet without being cloying, and weary without hopelessness."

- The New York Times

“Mize sings with a tantalizing sweetness, a tone that allows you to stretch your head back to that last great and true love that you experienced - the best form of it that ever came your way - and feel as if it never left, as if those prayers for a changing circumstance had finally been answered and there never came a parting. It’s as if Mize knows of the ways to speak of and to her heart and all others, singing anew of the many splendors of dreamy love.”

- Daytrotter