True Stories Gold Vinyl
“True Stories” The album is a bag full of self-penned songs that paint pictures of world travel, revelry, small-town England, record collecting, refugees, propaganda, vikings, lucky people, fishing & homecoming.
With his celtic rock outfit, “Brophy’s Law” - based in Copenhagen, but originally from England, Ireland, Scotland and the northern-most tip of Denmark, Neil Brophy performs his songs that draw influences from Bragg & Dylan’s singer songwriter styles of social commentary, McGowen’s Celtic rock, a slice of Weller with a haunt of NMA.
Like many bands this year Brophy’s Law missed out on this years Danish festival season and have decided to release three singles in the next 4 months with videos shot in Copenhagen, The Record Collector being the first.
Brophy's Law are in a way pioneers in there own right in the way they have independently travelled the world and grouped in Copenhagen to form this entourage. As they get on the road with release of True Stories, inspired by the dreamy heads of the Rolling Thunder Revue, the hurdles of whats to be withBrexit, Brophy’s Law will follow their pilgrimage of Whatever Happens - Happens Whatever - watch this space.
One Man Folk Band
Road to Meo
The Record Collector
Nice to Know
In Fear of Fear
Bears go Fishing
You Lucky People