clash magazine

Head over to Clash Magazine who are premiering the brand new track “Doesn’t Kill You” today. “The song is about taking the chaos you find yourself in and 
channelling it into something more positive. “You have to suffer…” The
 piano crash at the end was brought to you by a combination of red wine,
 codeine, and being forced to play through the pain of (what I didn’t 
know at the time was) a detached ligament in my hand when it had all 
gone a bit Bobby Fischer…“    http://www.clashmusic.com/news/track-of-the-day-1812-the-anchoress

Head over to Clash Magazine who are premiering the brand new track “Doesn’t Kill You” today. “The song is about taking the chaos you find yourself in and channelling it into something more positive. “You have to suffer…” The piano crash at the end was brought to you by a combination of red wine, codeine, and being forced to play through the pain of (what I didn’t know at the time was) a detached ligament in my hand when it had all gone a bit Bobby Fischer…“

http://www.clashmusic.com/news/track-of-the-day-1812-the-anchoress

Clash Magazine Track by Track  

  Read a track by track guide to the One For Sorrow EP on Clash now and get your ears around Philip Reach’s reworking of ‘One For Sorrow’ (which features some rather prominent use of producer Paul Draper’s glorious falsetto backing vocals…)  
    http://www.clashmusic.com/news/premiere-the-anchoress-one-for-sorrow-ep

Clash Magazine Track by Track

Read a track by track guide to the One For Sorrow EP on Clash now and get your ears around Philip Reach’s reworking of ‘One For Sorrow’ (which features some rather prominent use of producer Paul Draper’s glorious falsetto backing vocals…)


http://www.clashmusic.com/news/premiere-the-anchoress-one-for-sorrow-ep

“Davies is making music like nobody else at the moment…” - NME 
 “The Anchoress spins complex, emotionally gripping sagas” - Clash 
 “As unique and insidious a pop song as I’ve heard in eons!” - Adam Walton, BBC Wales 
  “ A slow-burning, slinky, sophisticated helping of brooding pop noir,   highlighting a fabulously narcotic vocal which prowls and curls itself around a song that is sinister, seductive and hypnotic.  ” - Von Pip

“Davies is making music like nobody else at the moment…” - NME

“The Anchoress spins complex, emotionally gripping sagas” - Clash

“As unique and insidious a pop song as I’ve heard in eons!” - Adam Walton, BBC Wales

“ A slow-burning, slinky, sophisticated helping of brooding pop noir, highlighting a fabulously narcotic vocal which prowls and curls itself around a song that is sinister, seductive and hypnotic.” - Von Pip