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"paperprophets EP review"

Following on the heels of a name change from Veto to Paper Prophets, we are delivered this debut six track EP. Recorded at The Grove Studios earlier this year, the production and sound quality is top notch. The shimmering guitars create a sheen that is immediately accessible. Producer Rob Taylor has done a masterful job in refining the song structures; there are so many little touches that grab your attention without outstaying their welcome. Chiming guitars introduce 'Sleepwalker's Lullaby', before the tender verse arrives. It builds, harmonies and drums are added, and for the next four minutes there is an unusually structured but wonderfully executed pop song. It's the highlight of the EP. This is another top notch release to come out of Newcastle.

For fans of: U2, Eskimo Joe

3.5 out of 5

-Kevin Bull - Reverb Magazine (June 2009)


"triplej unearthed review"

There's something about the understated melodies of this tune that appeal to me. It won't set the world on fire, but it's solid indie pop.

3/5

-Dom Alession, TripleJ - TripleJ


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Paper Prophets are the result of five friends mixing their collective creative juices to create something melodic, catchy, clever and tasty.

Paper Prophets influences range from aural manipulations known as music, to fine tasting teas, hope, love and the chemical high generated by stomping one's foot. artists that Paper Prophets enjoy munching on currently include newer tastes such as Foals, the Temper Trap, Friendly Fires, Mutemath and more classic tastes such as U2, Talking Heads and The Cure.

With a dynamic and very danceable live performance Paper Prophets have already slotted supports with top notch international and national performers such as We Are Scientists and The Devoted Few in their short lifespan of live music thus far.

Dig in and enjoy Paper Prophets.