Preview: Paul Draper (updated)

Paul Draper

by Adam Aiken

Former Mansun frontman Paul Draper will bring his Cult Leader Tactics tour to Norfolk next month.

Draper – who was behind such 1990s classics as Legacy, Wide Open Space and Stripper Vicar – will be at the Waterfront Studio in Norwich on Thursday, March 17, to perform what is being billed as “stripped-down” versions of his solo material as well as some Mansun tunes.

Draper had kept his head down for several years after Mansun called it a day in 2003, waiting until 2017 to put out his first full solo album, Spooky Action.

He plays the majority of the instruments on the recently released follow-up, Cult Leader Tactics, including guitars, drum machines and synthesisers.

Support on the tour comes from Steve Hewitt’s Love Amongst Ruin.

Click here for tickets.

(NB: This show was originally scheduled for Tuesday, March 8, but was moved for personal reasons. All tickets remain valid.)

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