Brophy’s Law release their Record Shop banger – ‘The Record Collector’ on the 11th September to promote the release of their vinyl True Stories They recently made a video in Copenhagen’s Beat Records.
The vinyl will be released two weeks later on International Record Store Day 26th September.
‘The Record Collector’ is s catchy reflecting story of an 80’s teenager spending all his pocket money on vinyl on a Saturday morning at a second hand record shop called Memory Lane (in Northampton)…… then came the MP3.
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 festival season and have decided to release three singles in the next four months with videos shot in Copenhagen, ‘The Record Collector’ being the first.
Artists’ website: brophys-law.com
‘The Record Collector’ – official video: