Ted Rogen scored the album at 3.5 out of 5, commenting that “[Soames] opens with “Sun In Squares” which is a funky rock song. It’s catchy and a good opener. The mood is upbeat and lively. … [In Whispers in Paris] there is a distinct ’80s vibe that is not too far off from Richard Marx.
Speaking of other decades Soames pulls off an old classic guitar solo on “Trip Inside” as well as the famous talking guitar effect made popular by Peter Frampton. “Fly” is a highlight amongst the batch. The song is hopeful, optimistic and certainly does have a feeling of flying.”
“Trip Inside isn’t exactly an album that will have an easy time finding its way into the underground but it will be appreciated by an audience who has a penchant for pop music.”
Check out the full review at http://www.nomoredivision.com/indie-music-album-reviews/chris-soames-trip-inside.