BIOGRAPHY


1EYE are excited to announce the forthcoming release of their debut album 'Worries & Trouble' on Industry Records Thursday 13th October 2016 available on all major digital distributors. 1EYE are blessed to have recorded with UK reggae legends Tippa Irie, Michael Grant from Musical Youth and Apache Indian.

Taking inspiration from artists such as Prince Buster, John Holt and UB40, 1EYE have produced an infectious sound that immediately engages and excites their audience. 1EYE adopted a classic approach to writing Worries & Trouble that discusses the comical side of everyday life, political issues and bittersweet heartbreak. The album is set to be a modern classic that people can connect with on every level. 1EYE have a retro a sound that embraces rocksteady, reggae, dub and ska. 

1EYE’s debut single ‘Mr Bailiff’ has been included on the soundtrack for ‘The Hooligan Factory’, a UK film spoofing football hooligans. Watch the music video here: http://youtu.be/Fm1Jv284DZQ

In April 2014, 1EYE released an unofficial anthem supporting the England football team for the World Cup 2014: http://youtu.be/Qe5EmkYUlDU

1EYE are proud to have played at One Love, Reggae City and Shambala festivals. Watch 1EYE live at Shambala 2013: http://youtu.be/TBEtJbKV4NU

Check out 1EYE’s mini-documentary of their day and show at Boomtown Fair Festival 2015: https://youtu.be/y4fp6K5w4fM

EYE have supported Plan B, UB40, Toots And The Maytals and Jimmy Cliff on the UK leg of his world tour. Watch the opening show at indigO2, London: http://youtu.be/FN8Y62TlAmM

What People Are Saying About 1EYE:

"Check out the infectious new single and video 'Mr Bailiff' by the 1EYE Band from Birmingham, out now...radio station Programme Controllers should listen as it has serious pop cross over potential."
David Rodigan, BBC Radio 1Xtra

"[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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