“The quartet plays dirty, anthemic pop, think Modest Mouse or Nine Black Alps if those bands were less worried about the world’s problems. The band’s Spirit of the Beehive EP is an excellent introduction to a band who have started things off on the right foot and should continue getting better.”

“Like a more pop-focussed Mew, they offer shimmering, glacial anthems that are simultaneously out of step with curent trends, yet too unifying and epic in scope for such a small venue.”
Planet Sound

“On paper, the four spritely members of Manchester-based Airship tick all the boxes required to join the ever-increasing horde of tiresome indie-popettes. However, it soon becomes apparent that these earnest youngsters are looking far beyond the realms of mediocrity as they demonstrate a highly creative approach to song structure that defies their age. Airship graced their way through an impressive half-hour set that shifted effortlessly from Pixie-esque drum and bass patterns to spacey, layered breakdowns. And the best thing about it? You could tell the boys were having the time of their lives.”
BBC Manchester

“Grasping the softer elements of Mercury Rev and Danish delights Mew, they add Thom Yorke’s fine ear for melody and squish it all together with the louder, more bombastic thud of Coldplay to deliver a convincing promise that will make listeners feel fortunate they’ve caught them this early.”
Manchester Evening News