This is absolutely spot on my personal taste, it's really catchy too. I'm gonna have it running through my head all day, the production is excellent as well. It's like a cross between You Me At Six and Muse." - Chris Straw, Bauer Radio
But what you probably don't realise is that this is the company that runs Kerrang, 4Music, FHM, Q, Grazia, Zoo, Magic FM, and literally dozens of others. So to have such high praise from Chris Straw of the Bauer Radio division is simply an honour. Likewise, to be compared to some of our idols in You Me At Six and Muse is something that makes us basically well up with pride.
We've also heard back that Kerrang! Radio are going to check us out. So there's that.
It's cool, I'll definitely consider it for the show."
- Ally McCrae, BBC Radio 1
Ally McCrae, one half of the charismatic duo who present the BBC Introducing show on the UK's second most popular radio station, thinks we're cool. Bosh. This news could lead to all manner of ridiculously cool opportunities for us. And this of course adds to the fact that Oh Me, Oh My has already graced the ears of the very influential Huw Stephens.
Other feedback so far includes this from TeamRock Radio: "I like these guys, they remind me of a slightly poppier Four Year Strong, and I love that band!" and "fine work from the lads from Shropshire, and no mistake!" from Manx Radio. There are many other plays as well which we shall mention over the next week or so, and no doubt we'll have more kind words to tell you about before the week is up.
All this feedback is awesome. It's the best possible start to our Oh Me, Oh My campaign. However don't let's get complacent. The song is already sending ripples across the UK airwaves and yet, we still have t-shirts, CDs and a music video to come. Huge things are about to explode outwards from camp Fight The Dice, and you guys better be around to see it. Stay tuned.
Oh, and make sure you check out the song everybody's talking about:
Google Play: http://bit.ly/18CPuS9