Generally favorable reviews - based on 11 Critics

Critic score distribution:
  1. Positive: 7 out of 11
  2. Negative: 0 out of 11
  1. Gloriously free of filler, it would be an easy and enjoyable task to eulogise every track on Changing Of The Seasons but it seems a little brash to over-stamp opinion on such an individual and immersive listen.
  2. At times, Seasons threatens to collapse under the weight of so much pathos, but thanks to her singular voice and eccentric songwriting, Brun makes extreme heartache sound particularly inspired.
  3. 80
    Touching on elemental fears and desires, Changing of the Seasons rewards intimate listening--in the final verse of the title track, a lover’s embrace suddenly silences any thoughts of straying.
  4. 80
    Production by Bjork’s longtime collaborator Valgeir Sigurosson paradoxically plays up the transparency of Brun’s music, floating ghostly string arrangements and vocal harmonies nearby without ever making her sound less alone, or less mournfully serene.
  5. Uncut
    Her own songs are more intriguing, however; poetic mediations on love and its destructive powers, sung in a tremulous but intense voice. [Feb 2009, p.76]
  6. One who’s well worth your time getting to know.
  7. When she’s supported by little more than her own acoustic guitar Ms. Brun sounds disarmingly secure, if not quite serene.
  8. Unlike "Treehouse," "Puzzle" or the melancholic "The Fall," which rank among the singer's best to date, there's not a whole lot at stake, making for a somewhat uneven album.
  9. Under The Radar
    Brun’s cracked porcelain soprano is best heard when not overlade with overwrought fragility. [Year End 2008]
  10. She's restrained to a fault, where a bit of oomph would do more good.
  11. Changing of the Seasons feels like the record where Brun's lack of range catches up to her.

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