"Step inside a Lychchian underworld that takes its cues from Bill Callahan’s alt-country-tinged Smog project and indie-folk icon Elliot Smith"

"You could call the country-inflected sound of The Sirens of Titan an otherworldly existential blues for the 21st century"

“Apocalype Sessions as the ‘live in session’ feel of classic albums, such as Beggar’s Banquet, while also feeling vital and modern”

"The band take their name from the classic Kurt Vonnegut novel about time travel and their musical inspiration from Let It Bleed-era Stones–a dark, understated acoustic-led offering with classical depth and scope”

"If you can do something with the strange expressionistic, drug-shattered solo works of Syd Barrett after his removal from Pink Floyd, you will also well receive The Sirens of Titan"

“A melancholic, mostly quiet retro record, which seems noticeably influenced by Neil Young and
Bob Dylan… Even a Pink Floyd-psychedelia is noticeable here”

The Sirens of Titan are a musical project by author/songwriter John-Paul Pryor and the musicians Sami Salo and Jez Leather. The debut album  Apocalypse Sessions was recorded over a three-month period with the producer Andy Strange in a series of live sessions.

The album is available on vinyl and CD as well as iTunes and Spotify via Schubert Music Publishing and on Bruit Blanc records (France) and Smile records (Europe).

The Sirens of Titan wider collective of musicians features Emma Cooper (saxophone) Phoebe White (vocals), Sarah Kaldor De Winter (cello), Courtney Murray (vocals), Mike Pickering (drums), Matt Millership (piano), Bethia Beadman (Vocals),  Robbie PInna (bass).