The Paradox Twin was formed by singer, songwriter, guitarist, keyboard player, 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 was so impressed with what he heard that he suggested to Chris Hillman, John’s partner in the White Star Records label, that they should release the album. Chris was as impressed as John was and so the band were signed to the label, with John 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 glowing
reviews and radio plays.
The band since has released its much anticipated follow up album Silence from Signals, which, just like their debut, has received outstanding reviews, and one not to be missed.....
"This would be the case for The Paradox Twin’s sophomore release, Silence from Signals. This album is a beautiful and mature work of art - THE PROG MIND 9/10"
"I wondered if the Paradox Twin would be able to follow Mr Bedlam but they’ve suggested on this album it was no fluke, with Silence from Signals suggesting they’ve hit a rich creative streak which is serving them well - RAMZINE 5/5"