Singles and EPs
With his Celtic rock outfit, “Brophy’s Law” - based in Copenhagen, but originally from England, Scotland and the northern-most tip of Denmark, Neil Brophy performs his songs that draw influences from Billy Bragg & Bob Dylan’s singer songwriter styles of social commentary, Shane McGowen’s Celtic rock, a slice of Paul Weller with a haunt of New Model Army. The new album from Brophy’s Law “True Stories” is a bag full of self-penned songs that paint pictures of world travel, revelry, small-town England, record collecting, refugees, propaganda, vikings, lucky people, fishing & homecoming. In the UK, Steve Lamacq championed Neil’s earlier solo single ”The Record Collector” (a new band version of which appears on the album) and has already played “Nice To Know” on BBC 6 Music 5 weeks prior to it’s release on Oct. 01/19 Brophy busked & revelled his way around the world for several years hitting countries such as Australia, New Zealand and the USA honing the craft of a songsmith: a lifestyle that became a Law. His song-writing reflects upon his world travels & his formative years growing up in the rural village of Moulton, Northamptonshire. For years Brophy’s Law (originally Neil Brophy Band) have been a regular favourite at many DK/UK festivals & culture houses. The band always capture a live audience with their driven Celtic rock sound of catchy melodic folk anthems, crossing the fields of traditional to contemporary folk rock.