PAUL DRAPER PODCAST

KSscope’s latest podcast features Paul Draper in an ‘EP TWO’ special. In the podcast Paul talks about the way he crafted EP One, how his songwriting has been influenced by listening to Abba and co-writing with The Anchoress, Catherine Anne Davies.  You can listen to podcast 80 HERE . DM x

‘FRIENDS MAKE THE WORST ENEMIES (ACOUSTIC)’ FEATURES IN INDEPENDENT MUSIC MONDAY

#IndependentMusicMonday, a Spotify playlist that celebrates the best new Independently released music, has featured the acoustic version of ‘Friends Make The Worst Enemies’ in this week’s playlist.  The track is a B-side on EP Two, which is available now on CD or heavyweight clear vinyl from The Official Paul Draper Store HERE , with a free immediate download of both versions of ‘Friends Make The … Read More

EP TWO AVAILABLE NOW!

EP TWO is available now! Featuring lead track ‘Friends Make The Worst Enemies’ supported by three quality B-sides, you can get it as a limited edition clear heavy vinyl or on CD from the Official Paul Draper Online Store HERE , where you will also find a full track listing. Alternatively, pick up your copy today from hmv or your Local Independent Record Store, or … Read More

CLASH MUSIC PREMIERE NEW ACOUSTIC B-SIDE FROM EP TWO

Clash Music have premiered the new acoustic version of ‘Friends Make The Worst Enemies’, which will be a b-side on EP Two. Clash describe the track as ‘like the chassis of a car being removed to see the engine parts whirring underneath.  A supple yet devastating return, it demonstrates that Paul Draper’s continued artistic vitality should rightly be celebrated.‘ You … Read More

PAUL REVIEWS RELEASES ON BBC 6MUSIC

Paul appeared on Steve Lamacq’s Roundtable on the 10th November, to review the latest releases. If you missed the show you can catch up with it on BBC iPlayer HERE .          

‘HIDDEN HERD’ REVIEWS ‘FRIENDS MAKE THE WORST ENEMIES’

Music blog ‘Hidden Herd’ have reviewed ‘Friends make The Worst Enemies’, the lead track off upcoming EP Two.  Describing the song as ‘A soul laid bare of it’s pain at what was once beautiful, but now destroyed’, and ‘A tiered, multi-storey anthemic eulogy to his past.’ the review also concludes that it is ironically the ‘most Mansun-sounding track we’ve heard from Paul … Read More