Published on Jun 22, 2012
1EYE opening the UK leg of Jimmy Cliff's World Tour 2012.
1EYE's new single 'England' is OUT NOW!
CD Baby: http://cdbaby.com/cd/1eye
Watch the official video http://youtu.be/Qe5EmkYUlDU
England is set to be the unofficial World Cup 2014 anthem for the England team! 20p from every sale will be donated to a chosen charity/Community Interest Company. Help us spread the word!
Taking their inspiration from bands such as Madness, Prince Buster and UB40, the eight-piece group produce infectious sounds and catchy lyrics that immediately strike a chord with their audience. From the style of music they play to the clothes they wear -- 1EYE take a unique approach to a sound that we all know and love. Focusing on topics that are current and often political - they know how to make music people can connect with.
1EYE's decision to produce an anthem to support England's World Cup 2014 Campaign came from recording the soundtrack for UK film, The Hooligan Factory, distributed by Universal Pictures.
1EYE are proud to have support from David Rodigan who is playing their music on his BBC Radio 1Xtra show.
"Check out the infectious new single and video 'Mr Bailiff' by the 1EYE Band from Birmingham, out now via industryrecords.org ...radio station Programme Controllers should listen as it has serious pop cross over potential." - David Rodigan
Watch the official 'Mr Bailiff' Video here http://youtu.be/Fm1Jv284DZQ
Each member has a wealth of experience in the music industry including performances with Plan B, The Beat and Norman Jay. 1EYE have played at some great UK festivals including One Love, Reggae City and Shambala. Watch 1EYE live at Shambala 2013 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TBEtJ...
The band has recently recorded with Tippa Irie, Apache Indian and Musical Youth. Their eagerly awaited album 'Worries & Trouble' is guaranteed to rock the dance-floor! 1EYE have also supported Plan B, UB40, Toots And The Maytals and Jimmy Cliff on the UK leg of his world tour.
"[1EYE] were as musically tight as Cliff's own players." - Angus Taylor, reggaeville.com
"With their enthusiasm and skills pointing them in the right direction, things look very good." - Anna Tripp, WhatsOn UK
"if you have even a passing interest in Reggae or Two Tone you're making your life more miserable than it needs to be by not checking [1EYE] out."
- John Noblet, Birmingham Review
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