Laurie Anderson's album "Homeland" has received favorable reviews from music publications such as The Los Angeles Times, Pitchfork and Rolling Stone. Online music database Allmusic also provides a great review of the album.
Los Angeles Times writer Margaret Wappler gave the album four stars out of four. She cited its use of themes in current events and their seamless injection into danceable music as praiseworthy. Pitchfork reviewer Brian Howe rated the album as 8.3 out of 10 while describing Anderson's music as "spacious, mercurial and thoroughly conceived." Rolling Stone also gives a good review, noting that the album's "meat" is in its political songs. Allmusic reviewer Thom Jurek rates the album at four stars out of five, describing "Homeland" as Anderson's most accessible recording since her work in the early 1980s.