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or‬ 'Like' uns auf Facebook - ‪http PRESENTED BY CAMILLE BROUGHT TO YOU BY RACE CAFE -- THE ESPRESSO BAR Tom Murphy began The Bloodpoets in Germany, after writing songs and busking on the streets of Erlangen, a sleepy quiet town 30 minutes from Nuremberg. Within a year in Erlangen and a growing collection of original songs mounting, Tom went to a house party in which a strange man with no connection handed him a right handed guitar. Tom of course being left handed flipped it over, and reluctantly played the new song he was writing. This man was young up and coming producer Fabian Strangl, who was a new engineer at Paperplane Records. Fabian organized an audition the next day for Tom and that afternoon a schedule had been set to record Tom's new music. Within 3 weeks of that schedule, Fire In Erlangen had been written and recorded set to be released to the German market, which Tom toured acoustically around Europe before booking a flight heading back to Tom's homeland to unleash on the Australian audience. Back in Australia, The Bloodpoets released their debut EP in 2006 to rave reviews. Time Off called the EP "Glorious" giving it 4/5, with Tsunami Magazine giving it 8/10. Fast forward 3 years later, The Bloodpoets released Borderline as a single from their new album Polarity immediate responses came from Triple J Unearthed seeing them being featured artists 2 months consecutively, and receiving a large circulation of play over the ...