The Plymouth Herald have described The Betterdays as "Westcountry’s leading R&B band of the Sixties and perhaps the biggest band ever to come out of Plymouth" in a lovely write-up.
Chris Robinson and Jon Bayley of the Herald describe the long series of "if only" events that meant that the band was so close to achieving wider recognition, but remain well known now mostly to thousands of their enthusiastic West Country fans.
Describing the newly released collector's album BACKLASH, the article reports, "Already picking up rave reviews from specialist disc jockeys around the world, the whole offer has been further enhanced by the release of the material on collectors’ vinyl. Taking the form of a double album in a gatefold sleeve, the Backlash vinyl release boasts an extra three tracks and has already been hailed as a ‘testament to one of the greatest British R&B bands to come out of the Sixties.' "