After the successful release of his 2014 debut EP ‘Vines’ and two East Coast Australian tours, country-folk artist Paul Reid is releasing his second EP ‘Nowhere Towns’ delivering toe-tapping grooves and intricate guitar picking.
The rolling five-track EP was recorded over a year and a half at Melbourne’s Pughouse Studios. John Bedggood (The Wilson Pickers) best known for his work on Bernard Fanning’s Aria Award winning album, ‘Tea and Sympathy’, laid-down violin and mandolin on a few tracks. ‘Nowhere Towns’ is a collection of catchy light melodies and visceral tales that demonstrates Reid’s songwriting finesse.
See Paul Reid at his EP launch: Sunday 19th Feb: Workers Club, Melbourne http://theworkersclub.oztix.com.au/?eventId=69703
‘Nowhere Towns’ will be released today through independent record label Boundary Records.
Buy Nowhere Towns on CD and Vinyl now at: http://www.boundaryrecords.com/shop