Dorrian Sorriaux - 'Hungry Ghost' - EP Review
Dorrian Sorriaux - 'Hungry Ghost' - EP Review 9
Dorrian Sorriaux - 'Hungry Ghost' - EP Review 9
Dorrian Sorriaux - 'Hungry Ghost' - EP Review 9
Dorrian Sorriaux - 'Hungry Ghost' - EP Review 9
Dorrian Sorriaux - 'Hungry Ghost' - EP Review 9
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Dorrian Sorriaux, successful guitarist with Swedish Blues-Rock band The Blues Pill’s has ventured out on a solo project by the way of a four track EP entitled Hungry Ghost.

Sorriaux has been tearing up stages across Europe with his band via Classic Rock and Psych infused Blues with the beautiful Elin Larsson up front and centre on vocals, now he has stepped up out of the shadows to take centre spot with a beautiful and enigmatic EP that is reminiscent of the likes of Neil Young with it’s quality storytelling and melodic nature.

It’s an easy on the ear recording that allows the listener to envelope themselves in a warm blanket of acoustic song writing to loose yourself in, free flowing and an joy on the ear, Sorriaux has made a quiet statement of intent that offers more from this highly talented artist.


Short and sweet at only four tracks it offers a snippet of what is to come, highly recommended Hungry Ghost is out on June 29th via Soulseller Records.


Track Listing:


Hungry Ghost

Need To Love

Hello My Friend


Coinciding with the EP release, Dorian will be playing his first UK solo show at the St. Pancras Old Church in London, on June 29th; tickets are available via O2 and Live Nation. Sorriaux will then support Myles Kennedyat the following gigs:-


July 2nd           Edinburgh Liquid Room

July 4th            Belfast Limelight 1

July 7th            Liverpool O2 Academy 2

July 8th            Leeds Stylus

July 10th          Norwich The Waterfront

July 29th          London Palladium


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