Three years after his debut EP Vines caught some well-deserved attention, Paul Reid is back!
The return offers a surplus of dexterous, delicate guitar work, matched perfectly with Reid‘s soothing vocal runs and folky style to provide the listener with something a little different.
The EP, Nowhere Towns, is a little bit country, yet calm on the rock and roll. Reid well and truly showcases his ability to write harmonious songs that are easy on the ears, but won’t fail to get your toes tapping.
After his two east coast tours in 2014, the EP was recorded over a year and a half at Melbourne’s very own Pughouse Studios. The EP features renowned maestro John Bedggood, best known for his work on Bernard Fanning‘s ARIA Award winning album Tea and Sympathy, who provides an infusion of mandolin and violin across the release. We’re sure there’s time for Paul Reid‘s country-folk tales and laid back style in your life this summer.