Paul Goodwin

Trinkets and Offcuts review - Fatea

Published on Fri 28 Oct 2011

FATEA gave Trinkets and Offcuts a quick, but nice, review:

"Misery always sounds better a: when it's someone elses b: spat out with real venom at ten to the dozen. Paul Goodwin definitely doesn't hold back on "This Place Is Dead Anyway", the opening track to his new mini album, "Trinkets And Offcuts". He's got a very conversational style and wears his heart on his sleeve as he delivers his well observed songs. In some ways he reminds me of a young Robb Johnson, not as much on the politics, but the way he turns everyday life into something that matters. Life can be pretty gritty, but face it with a fighting spirit and you never know."