"North Wind is an outstanding piece of R&B laced with electronics drawing the listener into its moody, atmospheric soundscape."
– Alice Dempsey for Music Week, 11/12/17
"North Wind is a sincere, soulful project, brimming with humble perseverance. The honesty bursting out between the soul-infused grooves is almost audible, not just in the moody, emotive soundscape, but in the space the band create for each other to shine. On North Wind, Suffer The Children have created something so raw, so honest, so palpable, that it should be all but impossible for music lovers to ignore this release."
– Hanna Crystal for BOUNDforSOUND, 12/17
"‘Doesn’t Mean We’re Free’ is a politically fuelled single. It’s submerged deep in the depths of unjust historical isolation. Darkened baselines pulsate against percussive rattles and clatter, inducing a frigid, sombre atmosphere. Vocalist Rian’s humble yet gripping delivery simultaneously invokes sentiment and echoes of oppression."
– Noctis Online, 24/11/17
Video Premiere: Time Changes Everything in Meditative New Video by Alt-RnB Trio Suffer The Children, "Someone To Lose"
"Formed by multi-Grammy Award-winning producer Chin Injeti, alternative R&B/electronica trio Suffer The Children is making waves in the music world, and doing it all on their own terms. Having worked with artists such as Drake, Eminem, Aloe Blacc, Raury, Joey Badass, The Clipse, Kanye West, Dr. Dre, and Jay-Z, Injeti joined forces with equally talented musicians Rian Peters and Shallom Johnson to hone a unique sound that is as enticing as it is surreal."
– Sound Check for AFROPUNK, 6/11/17
""Someone to Lose" is the upcoming single from Suffer the Children, a trio that blends sparse downtempo electronic music with R&B elements to get a haunting but human sound."
– Chris Steffen for ALLMUSIC, 10/10/17
"Suffer The Children is a Canadian project that brings together three vastly experienced musicians.
Together, the threesome have worked with (deep breath) Drake, Eminem, Aloe Blacc, Raury, Joey Badass, The Clipse, Kanye West, Dr. Dre, and Jay-Z.
Eager to focus on something new, the trio's electronic-speckled alt-R&B sound is draped in darkly enticing imagery."
– Robin Murray for CLASH Music, 28/09/17
"If you haven’t heard of this band you need to stop what you are doing at this exact moment in time, return to your music library, and ask yourself vehemently why you seem to have become so very behind on your updates?
The Vancouver based band is the consequence of what happens when you mix great RnB vocals with superior electronic music. The room literally stops! The music takes over and you realise I need this is my life."
– Florence Bailey for WHYTT Magazine, 5/9/17
"One thing that we all bring to the table is a strong sense of personal and artistic identity as individuals, and a strong body of work to date as professional creatives – not just within the music industry, but also in visual art, dance, writing, and fashion. ...At this point, we’re all excited that we can challenge ourselves and each other as artists; that each of us has something really different to bring to the project and as a result we all grow."
– The Playground, 24/08/17
"Inspired by moody electronica and leftfield R&B, aspects of modern trap and 80’s alternative pop, STC’s influences include Phil Collins, New Order, Lou Reed, Coco Rosie, Ane Brun, Bon Iver, SBTRKT, Kanye West and Little Dragon. Hypnotic vocals against a backdrop of ambient melodies, ‘Killing Hands’ evokes an atmosphere of introspection, drawing the listener into its’ moody, emotive soundscape."
– Daphne Gilden for Paste Magazine, 08/19/17