Jason Greenspan of Baeble Music, writes:
"Then Came the Morning provides respite for weary ears in a musical climate that can seem overwhelmingly negative. The second album from The Lone Bellow sweeps you up in a tumult of powerful positivity, roots rock, and southern charm." Read the entire review here.
Beth Kellmurray at Diffuser FM writes:
"While every song shows the trio's ability to build momentum, they also show a versatility on 'Then Came the Morning'-- from the delicate, Pipkin-led ballad, 'Call to War,' to the rollicking call-and-response heard on ‘Heaven Don’t Call Me Home.’ The bluesy ‘Cold As It Is,’ however, is perhaps most exemplary of what the Lone Bellow really are: A trio of country powerhouses who can seamlessly blend their vocals into one unstoppable entity." Read the entire review here.
The folks at Culture Collide have this to say:
"If you were hooked on lead singer Zach Williams' strong and authentic voice before, there's even more this time around. There's also a little more variation, for example, with "Call To War" featuring a female vocalist rather than a male. The album as a whole also blossoms more and explores more facets within the band's overarching sound." The full review is here.
Finally, Paul Hollingsworth at Earbuddy writes this:
"The lavish harmonies of the trio still soar at all the right places (“Marietta”), break at exactly the right times (“If You Don’t Love Me”), and remain front-and-center on every song. Even when the band abandons its country sound entirely for a more jagged gospel-rock stomper as on “Heaven Don’t Call Me Home”, their voices still seem perfectly suited for the task." Read the review here.