Dem australischen Rolling Stone hat "Sirens" nicht besonders gefallen:
This debut from Melbourne-based Abraham is nothing if not sincere. However syrupy this collection of emotive ballads becomes, his breathy delivery retains an air of authenticity, albeit amid largely derivative lyrics addressing love and loss. His polished sound is probably generic enough to attract a large audience – "I Belong To You" sits somewhere between David Gray and Sting, and is as smoothly produced as that suggests. One wonders whether rougher arrangements of highlights such as "This Is On Me" and "Somebody's Mother" would allow them added zest. As it is, Sirens lacks urgency and grit, though it does offer a certain warmth and intimacy that some will find moving.