Four new outstanding symphonic prog tracks from Tony Lowe’s ESP Project
With Greg Pringle on Drums and Pete Clark on Bass this is a formidable combo of accomplished musicians playing with heart and soul. Threaded through by Tony’s unmistakeable guitar and keyboard playing, a must for anyone who liked the previous two albums, which together were given over twenty-six, 4 – 4.5 star reviews by the music press and voted into the top 10 Progressive Rock – albums of the year as well as in top 20 albums of 2018.
Tony and Damien will be working on a new album for an autumn 2019 release; in the meantime, as an introduction, ‘three’ will be available on Bandcamp as a CD and digital download from 19th Jan, and then the usual digital outlets.
ESP – ‘three’ – Background
In 2019, Tony is joined by vocalist/lyricist Damien Child and another dimension is reached with soaring melodies alongside heartfelt passionate vocals over a weave of strong rhythmic drums, percussion and bass, often reaching new heights in this combination of symphonic prog rock and classical music that is stirring, uplifting and joyful in places, but equally strange and dark in others.
Damien Child began working in the entertainment industry at the age of 10 as an actor and singer. Work included lead roles on TV, radio and West End shows in a career that spanned 16 years.
When he isn’t immersed in music you can find him lurking around the horror section of the nearest bookshop.
ESP ‘Invisible Din’ & 2.0 – Background
Tony Lowe’s ESP Project began in 2015 when he asked various prog and rock musicians to guest on a new album and ‘Invisible Din’ was born, featuring: Tony Lowe, Mark Brzezicki, David Cross, David Jackson, John Young, Steve Gee, Phil Spalding, Alison Fleming, Yumi Hara, John Beagley, and Pat Orchard.
In 2018, ESP 2.0 released ’22 Layers of Sunlight’ – the successful collaboration between Tony Lowe and the talented Peter Coyle (ex Lotus Eaters). With Peter’s unique lyrics and vocal style alongside Tony’s music, they created something strong and different with a new and unheard synthesis of music, words and production.