The Anybodies
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The Anybodies


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First single due to be released officially on
August 15th.

2 Track Demo recorded January 2007.



When guitarist, Shane Burke, and bassist, Eoin Deasy, met after school one day armed with nothing but their guitars, 2 bad amps and a vague idea of forming a band, neither really expected it to go beyond the walls of the disused classroom. Three years later, their sights are set a little higher.

When the two friends met with drummer, Tiz McNamara, their overly distorted practise sessions began to take a bit more shape. The reverb was turned down, a name, Loose Change, was found and the band's first live performance went down as a success.
When local radio picked up on a rough demo, things began looking up. As more gigs were played, the trio began to grow as a musical unit. However one less than receptive audience in a lonely corner of Ireland made it clear to the group that their vocal skills were just not up to scratch. On the long road home it was decided that for the band to progress, this problem would need to be rectified.

When Richard Sheehy let out the opening ''sha la la la" of Counting Crows' 'Mr. Jones' at his first gig, he confirmed to everyone present that the band had moved on to the next level. When he launched into the group's original material, it was clear that this was a totally different band to the one who played their first gig to a handful of friends. The Anybodies were born.

Over the next few months, the quartet went from strength to strength. Recording their first proper demo, gaining praise from local press and becoming the only unsigned band to headline 2fm's School of Rock tour (as well as a barn in the middle of nowhere), The Anybodies are becoming one of Cork's most exciting young bands. Their lyrics, dealing with all things adolescent, stand out for their honesty as well as their quirky sense of humour.

From the chalk dust of the classroom to the mud of a barnyard, The Anybodies have been through alot already in their ongoing quest to evolve Irelands Pop Rock scene!