End of Daydreaming
Sounding like Daniel Bedingfield being repeatedly slammed into a car door, The OGB exist to bring their brand of pneumo-punk to the world. Described as 'Flowing and relentless' by Tube radio, their sound lurches between ballsy riffs and heart-on-sleeve anthemic sincerity. If you love great bands such as Biffy Clyro, Reuben and 100 Reasons, chances are you'll love The OGB. Swirling, loud, intense, beautiful music to leave you gasping for air. The result of a random meeting between Oliver Gearing (guitars), Oli Egan (drums), and Charlie Pyne (bass) in early 2006 has resulted in a band with massive cohesion, almost obsessive-compulsive creativity, and 'Huge Commercial Potential' (RHYTHM mag). February 2006 saw the band release their debut album The End of Daydreaming. Described by The Mag as 'Distinctive and utterly confident', the album has wowed fans and critics alike. If you like your music to be piercing yet subtle, emotional and enraged, then my guess is that you'll love The OGB. Make Your Ears Proud.