JW-PARIS

JW Paris

JW PARIS are a three piece rock band from London who could be about to take the underground guitar scene by storm.

Genres:

Alternative Indie / Britpop Grunge

For Fans Of:

Wolf Alice / BRMC / Nirvana / Dandy Warhols / Cage The Elephant / The Amazons

JW Paris are a London based three piece who have supported the likes of Pretty Vicious, The Amazons and Yonaka to name just a few. Their ballsy new sound builds on influences ranging from Smashing Pumpkins, The Dandy Warhols, Nirvana, FIDLAR, Blur and Suede, which in turn gives them a raw anglo-american, alt-rock swagger with the vocal delivery, phrasing and harmonies that wouldn’t sound out of place in the brit-pop hey day.

Their new sound builds on influences ranging from BRMC, The Dandy Warhols, Jack White, Blur to Suede, with songs and a swagger that wouldn’t sound out of place in the 90s.
GigSlutz / This Feeling

Their ballsy, intimidating style makes for an anger-releasing, let everything go kind of music.’- It’s All Indie Magazine ‘Rapture’

JW Paris already have a string of great singles under their belt that can be found on all digital platforms, the latest tracks mixed by Hugo Nicolson (Grammy award winner who has worked with Primal Scream, Radiohead and Bjork) and mastered by John Davis at Metropolis (U2/Noel Gallagher). Currently tipped as a band to watch in 2019 for Fred Perry Subculture, JW Paris have accumulated nationwide radio play, over 20k views across social channels, synced to Sky Sports and their single ‘Darker Side of Paradise’ taken up as the British Swimming 2019 sponsorship song.

With their tracks already being featured on the playlists of British football stadiums and pubs alike, it’s no wonder that for these boys, the only way is up. – BOLD Magazine 

A vehement blur of enigmatic post punk: J.W. Paris release Rapture – Indie UndergroundThis ballsy new sound builds on their personal influences which range from BRMC, The Dandy Warhols, Jack White, The Rolling Stones, Blur and Suede, which in turn gives them a raw anglo-american, alt-rock swagger with the vocal delivery, phrasing and harmonies that wouldn’t sound out of place in the brit
pop hey day. – Renegade Music