Helen Dooley is a singer/songwriter that knows how to write a great pop track and yet there is a darkness to her that sets her apart from other female musicians around at the time. - Female First (2013)
TCOH sounds like a fuller and heartier version of Lilly Allen but with the added edge familiar with Marina & The Diamonds and the quirkiness of Paloma Faith - Music-News.com (2013)
Feisty female vocal, melodic punk, Pattiesque with a hint of Hynde and Orton, Poetic Princess - Mudkiss Fanzine (2012)
A fulfilling, honest musical experience that’s bound to be a winner – R and R World (2012)
Majorly catchy melodies and some very sexy vocals – Mass Movement (2012)
Having exploded onto the London scene in 2010 with her heartfelt performances, Helen Dooley, better known as The Cheek Of Her, has returned with her second EP “Megaphonic” . A wondrous evolution, “Megaphonic” takes her tongue-in-cheek dramatic, pop rock approach and catapults it into new realms with tracks like the hook laden, slicing ‘Beauty Queen’ the electronically tinged, rocky appeal of ‘Bog Standard Heartburn’.