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‘Same Old Story’ EP 2004
‘Friends In Name Only’ EP 2006
'Heroes, Hoods and Headphones' Album 2007



‘It's all about the hook. That addictive little riff that you just can't get out of your head, no matter how hard you try.’

After starting out in their high school's audio-visual club in Woodbridge, One:Day:Life’s debut album, Heroes, Hoods and Headphones (Frontierless Records), hybridizes Max Shelly's unwieldy naievete with road-seasoned pop/punk to produce some seriously inspired gems. With standout tracks like "Caffeine," “Dancefloor” and “A Million Little Things” look for One:Day:Life to be a major figure in the pop/punk landscape. This record is fast, edgy, accessible, and is going to turn a lot of heads.

Their initial hard work led to the release of two confident and successful EP’s, ‘Same Old Story’ in 2004 and ‘Friends In Name Only’ in 2006, which were both recorded amongst constant live dates, booked by the band. The shows took them all over the country and they quickly became one of the tightest, most dynamic young acts on the road, with boundless enthusiasm and fantastic pop songs.

As they finished their final tour of 2006, the band set about working on their debut album “Heroes, Hoods and Headphones”, which was written, recorded and produced by the band.

The album comes as a milestone in their fast-paced growth. Singer and bass player Max Shelley provides more detail, “We are really proud of each and every song on the album. We’ve always been confident in the sound we wanted – fast and energetic, but still full of catchy pop hooks. We wanted a record that wouldn’t give you time to stop and draw breath, and that’s definitely what we achieved.”

Constant touring and interest from fans has led to the creation of The Lifers, a street-team for the band, where people can meet online and earn prizes and rewards by promoting them.

So what does the future hold for One:Day:Life? “We plan to play more live dates than we ever have before, including schools tours, pubs, music venues, festivals – anywhere we can. When we’re not on the road, we’ll be working with the street-team to promote the new album and increase our fan-base. We’re already writing new material – it’s a really exciting time for us.”