Kingston's favourite sons PS I Love You are back with another album filled with songs about love and loneliness, the past and the future, and the minutiae of day-to-day life in their quiet hometown. While some of the songs on here stretch out longer than on their 2010 debut, Meet Me at the Muster Station, they haven't lost any of their pop goodness or charm.
"Guitarist and singer Paul Saulnier, one half of the Ontario duo PS I Love You, waves his rock fanboy flag so proudly he all but dares listeners to snicker at his sincerity. Saulnier sings with a quiver that fulcrums between countrymen Spencer Krug and Geddy Lee, and mixes and matches Alex Lifeson’s busybody fretwork and Thurston Moore’s blissful dissonance with little concern for the aesthetic barricades between Rush and Sonic Youth fans." - A.V. Club
"Death Deams almost faultlessly conveys the volatility and incomprehensibility of their particular genius. There isn’t even one clunker in here, which is a lot to say in a year that’s already seen another rock renaissance. If we’re actually torn to shreds in 2012, I couldn’t think of a more exhilarating soundtrack to go out with a bang." - No Ripcord