Hot Press:

"Here is the incendiary new single from the hotly-tipped Dublin alt rockers. From their up-coming second EP Flux, the song begins as something of a slow-burner packed with jagged guitars and crooked vocals, before bursting into a chart-bothering, anthem chorus. One of their best recorded efforts to date."

Edwin McFee, Hot Press

The Irish Times:

"If you’re looking for the next act that could follow in the footsteps of the mainstream rock acts in Ireland that are getting either snapped up or closely followed by majors, then Acrobat would be a good bet."

Una Mullally, The Irish Times

http://www.irishtimes.com/blogs/poplife/2014/10/02/the-hwch-20/

The Last Mixed Tape:

"A more focused record than it’s predecessor, Flux sees Acrobat find more certain ground in terms of sound and style. Urgent, dynamic and upfront the Dublin band’s sophomore E.P. is clear sign that they are developing in the right direction."

Stephen White, The Last Mixed Tape

http://thelastmixedtape.com/2014/11/03/acrobat-flux/

No More Workhorse:

"Acrobat are a good solid rock band that certainly know what they are doing. They looked like the band ‘most likely to succeed’ out of those I saw this weekend."

No More Workhorse

http://nomoreworkhorse.com/2014/10/05/hard-working-class-heroes-04-10-14-review/

In Dublin Magazine:

"Acrobat is a four-piece indie rock band based in Dublin, and they’re on the up. Since forming last year they’ve already supported Bastille, Mumford and Sons and Miles Kane. The Acrobat lads are quickly getting to know the Irish music scene. We chatted to Mark, Naoise and Jacob from the band about stadium ambitions, unexplainable logos and cool snakes."

Joanne Armstrong

http://www.indublin.ie/news/interview-acrobat#.VDwXOL4dL8u