The UK outfit The Paradox Twin was formed by singer, songwriter, guitarist, keyboard player, Danny Sorrell and Silence From Signals is there and sophomore new album.
The band plays a modern prog with some minor alternative parts as post rock. Some have said that the band could be described as a Smashing Pumpkins of the modern prog scene. The band is focused on melody, fascinating and very good chorus and emotionally charged guitar line.
The roots of unit The Paradox Twin was founded in 2014. For recording new material, Daniel Sorrell’s recruited new members – nda drummer Rob Mcgregor and bassist Diane Fox – and crystallized their debut creation titled The Importance Of Mr Bedlam upon June 29, 2018 via White Star Records.
Danny Sorrell who, following the writing of the band’s debut album The Importance Of Mr. Bedlam, walked into Outhouse Studio, the well-known recording studio run by producer and musician extraordinaire John Mitchell, for the recording.
John Mitchell was so impressed with what he heard that he suggested to Chris Hillman, John MItchell’s partner in the White Star Records label, that they should release the album. Chris Hillman was as impressed as John Mitchell was and so the band were signed to the label, with John Mitchell providing a guitar solo on the track, Moonblood and vocalist Kim Seviour also providing a guest vocal on the same track.
The album was very well received with the video of the first single from the album, Planeta, gaining a nomination at the prestigious Progressive Music Awards even before the album had been released.
The band went on to receive another nomination the following year in the best new artist’s category. The album has gained the band a worldwide reputation and following with glowingreviews and radio plays.
1. Paradigm (3:22)
2. Wake Vortex (5:35)
3. Sea of Tranquility (4:44)
4. I Am Me I Am Free (11:24)
5. Prism Descent (6:00)
6. Haptic Feedback (6:35)
7. Specular (10:14)
8. Perfect Circles (6:55)
Total Time 54:49
Danny Sorrell – vocals, keyboards, guitars, programming
Nicole Johnson – vocals
Leland Freeman – guitars
Diane Fox – bass
Graham Brown – drums, percussion