Paul Draper releases Public Service Broadcasting remix of ‘Friends Make the Worst Enemies’

By Kscope on December 13, 2016 in New Releases, Paul Draper, Remix, The Anchoress

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Paul Draper – former frontman of iconic alt-rock band Mansun – has collaborated with Public Service Broadcasting to release a remix of ‘Friends Make the Worst Enemies’.

Friends Make the Worst Enemies is taken from EP TWO, out now via Kscope, Draper’s second solo venture, and stays true to the unapologetically progressive ethos behind Draper’s earlier musical offerings. Co-written with Catherine Anne-Davies (aka The Anchoress), the track has already received widespread critical support following its premiere with Clash Magazine.

This remix from the eclectic Public Service Broadcasting maintains Draper’s propulsive and modern rock n roll sound, whilst infusing it with a more spaced-out electronic character.

Following a Mansun tradition of releasing small bodies of music, EP ONE and EP TWO are snapshot precursors for Draper’s hugely anticipated forthcoming debut solo album, due late spring 2017.

Both NME and Prog Magazine are holding their annual reader’s poll, such as best male vocalist and best track of 2016 – vote for Paul, The Anchoress or any of the other very talented Kscope artists at: NME poll  /  Prog poll

Learn more about Paul Draper’s recent solo work – on his artist page.

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