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Paul Bartolome Unveils "Fake Hollywood" EP PT.1

The UK music scene has been buzzing with the name Paul Bartolome, a singer/songwriter whose talent and dedication have made him a rising star. Known for his emotive lyrics and captivating melodies, Paul has not only proven his prowess as a solo artist but has also solidified his reputation as a top-tier songwriter for renowned bands such as Asking Alexandria and Dead Rabbits.

The past year has been monumental for Bartolome, filled with international tours and an impressive expansion of his musical repertoire. Now, he’s ready to unveil his latest project: a two-part EP series titled “Fake Hollywood.”

“Fake Hollywood” is more than just an EP; it’s an immersive experience. Paul Bartolome has crafted a narrative that spans multiple videos and scenes, each one contributing to a larger, overarching story. This ambitious project promises to captivate fans with its intricate storytelling and special ending, designed to resonate deeply with listeners.

The EP series explores themes of illusion, fame, and reality, painting a vivid picture of the contrasts between the glamorous facade of Hollywood and the often harsh truths that lie beneath. Paul’s distinctive style — marked by poignant lyrics and dynamic musical arrangements — ensures that “Fake Hollywood” will be both a visual and auditory feast.

Paul Bartolome’s journey to “Fake Hollywood” has been paved with significant achievements. Over the past year, he has co-written tracks for major acts like Asking Alexandria and Escape The Fate, showcasing his versatility and skill in the songwriting domain. His contributions have helped shape the sound of these bands, earning him respect and admiration within the industry.

In addition to his songwriting success, Paul has also joined Asking Alexandria as a live touring member. This role has taken him around the globe, performing in front of over 250,000 fans. Each performance has not only strengthened his stage presence but has also broadened his fanbase, establishing him as a formidable live performer.


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