Philip Murray Warson is an artist who doesn’t lack for experience. He has acted at the Old Vic. He has performed his songs at the Borderline and various other London venues. He has graced the stage at a number of established folk clubs, the Stroud Fringe Festival (alongside the likes of Pete Roe and Emily Barker) and was invited by BBC Arts Editor Will Gompertz to play a live radio session. He also scored an off-West End play. He even recently supported Treetop Flyers during their UK tour.
And now, from that great pedigree comes this excellent mini-EP. Titled ‘Last of the Hunted’ it features two compelling tracks which do a solid job of showcasing Warson’s haunting vocal style.