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The best kept secret in music


"Rock, Scissors (2002)"

"Imagine a cross between Billy Joel and Weezer. Yeah, it's a bit disorienting, but stick with the aural picture, and you will start to get and idea of how Paperface sounds. Simply put, these Virginia-based boys rock with their pianos hard and their melodies insistent. At 16 tracks and over 71 minutes, Rock, Scissors is too long, but Paperface is a band still figuring out what it does best. Play its cards right, and there could be a damn fine debut in its future."

By Frank Valish - Under the Radar (Summer 2004)


The Legend of Harley Knowles - LP
Rock, Scissors - LP
Thawed for Your Convenience - EP


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One of the most hardworking bands out there, Paperface has been creating original, melodic rock for over four years now. They have recorded two full length albums and toured the country multiple times all while attending college full time. With school behind them, there is nothing to stop these two brothers from doing what they love full time.

Chris has been playing the piano ever since he could climb onto the bench and has since written over 550 original compositions. When Andrew learned bass and guitar, it was inevitable for the two to begin to play together. Through the years Paperface has had members move in and out, but it has settled to the two brothers.

Their sound has been likened to Weezer, Ben Folds Five, and Radiohead among others. Paperface has been welcomed by all genres and age groups with open arms as their sound transcends the boundaries of any one style. Commonly reffered to as "piano -driven rock," their sound is one fresh and new to ears bored by radio playlists. The response to their efforts has been nothing short of incredible and fans haven't forgotten the name of their newest favorite. These two brother are going to continue to write and play their music at every opportunity in order to make their mark on the world of rock and roll. "I'm never going to get tired of this," Chris concludes, "I love it too much."