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Paperscissors

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Paperscissors are a two-piece Blues-Rock duo from Wellington. They consist of Chris Jamieson on Drums, and Seamus Johnson on Guitar and Vocals. They take a lot of inspiration from such acts as The Black Keys, The White Stripes, and The Raconteurs, but with their our own flair. they formed in January on the back of previous successful bands and so far have been busy with recording and gigs throughout the city. They have been fortunate enough to open for bands as The John Spencer Blues Explosion, The Checks, Kids 0f 88, Computers want me dead and Helmet, plus their our own shows which have been very successful. Their first single “Sirens” has been successful and a real crowd pleaser, it has featured on local radio stations and has been listened to quite extensively around the world on the website soundcloud.com. They are also fortunate enough to be given the opportunity to record in the Red Bull studios up in Auckland, which will be happening in the coming months. They have a lot planned coming up including more gigs, recording our second single and EP and a possible tour in the midst.

Band Members:
Seamus Johnson (guitar, vocals)
Fabian Hunter (drums)

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