This is the beautiful new lyric video for ONE DAY ELLIOTT’s track ’100 Voices’ from their awesome Triple A-side CD. It is a banger. But more than that, it has a message – and here is a message from the band for you:
Hey everyone, in light of pretty much everything right now we’d like to share a new lyric video for our track 100 Voices.
At present the world feels like a messed up place and it’s time for a change.
This is the first time we’ve been compelled to say anything political with our music, but this isn’t about hate. It’s about love and everyone standing together to make the world a better place; for us, our children and for everyone and everything we share this planet with.
This video is probably pretty insignificant in the grand scheme of things, but it can only be positive if we can make any contribution, however small, to the fight against racism, homophobia, extremism, xenophobia, manipulative governments whose thoughts are only of greed, the needless destruction of the world… anything that acts as a catalyst to the dreadful things we see and hear on a daily basis.
Say something. You CAN make a difference and whatever your beliefs, whichever side of the fence you stand, MAKE SURE YOU VOTE.
“If we don’t change our ways, tomorrow will never forgive today”
Music by One Day Elliott
Video Created by Tim Leek
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The new Hail Taxi video for Wild Rose Country appears in Anti-Heroin Chic today: http://heroinchic.
Fresh back from rocking the Foundry Concert Club in Lakewood, Ohio, (Pic of Ian at the show below) our new boys Years Before have been voted ‘Band of the week‘ by Cleveland Scene magazine with a feature posted in both the print an online publications throughout the city. You can read the article here: http://m.clevescene.com/cleveland/band-of-the-week-years-before/Content?oid=7497428
Keeping busy they also have a review of the new CD in Divide and Conquer music magazine too; http://www.divideandconquermusic.com/indie-music-album-reviews/years-before-hometown-zeros and more shows coming up through June and July.