Louder Than War have reported on the release of EP Two. You can read the article which contains a link to the YouTube video for the lead track ‘Friends Make The Worst Enemies’ here.
Online blog RW/FF have made the lead track from Paul Draper’s upcoming EP Two, their track of the day. RW/FF describes ‘Friends Make The Worst Enemies’ as ‘packed with the sort of epic drama and intriguing melodic brilliance that fans will welcome with open arms’. You can read the whole article HERE . EP Two will be released on the 25th November … Read More
Following the release of his first new music in twelve years (this summer’s acclaimed EP ONE), Paul Draper announces a second four track EP on Kscope. EP TWO features four new recordings: Friends Make The Worst Enemies – a knock-out punch; 5 minutes of relentless chasmic melody and autobiographical melancholy that immediately reminds the listener why Paul’s songs were rarely … Read More
The World Premiere of the lead track from Paul Draper’s second solo release will be on the Steve Lamacq Show on BBC Radio 6 Music today (Wednesday) between 4pm and 7pm. The track, to be revealed by Steve, will be the lead track from Paul’s second EP, entitled EP TWO. Listen online to the Steve Lamacq Show here or on … Read More
Following success in the Prog Awards, ‘Confessions Of A Romance Novelist’, the debut album by The Anchoress, co-written and produced by Paul Draper, has now been nominated for the Welsh Music Prize. Organiser John Rostron said “This is an incredibly strong shortlist for the Welsh Music Prize. Twelve very different records, made by some well established artists and some new … Read More
A new competition has been launched which offers a unique opportunity to win a complete set of EP One releases in all formats, all specially signed by Paul Draper. The fabulous EP One bumper bundle includes: * The Limited Edition Feeling My Heart Run Slow single, released by the Too Pure Singles Club * The Limited Edition EP One … Read More
The Anchoress, Catherine Anne Davies, has won Prog Magazine’s Limelight award following the success of her debut album co-written and produced by Paul Draper. Paul has posted about his pride on his Facebook page, which you can follow HERE. You can see Catherine Anne Davies accepting the award at the star studied event, HERE .