After receiving airplay from the BBC, Grabbing the attention of Jim Gellatly (featuring in ‘The Scottish Sun’) catching the attention of independent bloggers and appearing on popular playlists across major platforms. The group started their year off with their most compelling piece of work so far ‘Honesty’. MDOF EYES are new Alternative/Pop band from the UK with songs that exist within a stylised sense of escapism–having memorable melodies, dream-like chords and sampled sounds & drumbeats. Currently a 3 piece project with two lead singers/guitarists: Jason Stewart and J.R Campbell, and accompanied by Liam Browne (bassist/synth). Debuting back in early 2019 with their singles ‘Room To Breathe’ 'Misery' and 'White Lights'.
Catching the attention of BBC Radio and many larger independent bloggers, making an appearance on popular playlists across multiple platforms and grabbing the attention of Jim Gellatly—featuring in his new music column.
Delivering conceptualised songs with the consensus being “If something can at least be said through music, it deserves to be speaking volumes for the one listening. With the level of uncertainty and divisiveness out there—we want to raise awareness and aim to highlight issues that affect many people and ourselves. Having this sudden need to write about scenarios that can tell our own struggles as individuals and hoping it helps tell a story for people in their own lives" (MDOF EYES)
BEHIND THE TRACK
It’s easily our best written work so far. It’s about a relationship and how it’s never a perfect thing. Think that's what this track shows for both sides—with being persuasive in one verse and then very dismissive in the next. Not being forthright and judging actions, even though what we're doing is just as bad.
There's such a vulnerability to that and the hardest thing in that situation is showing that to the other person. About being trapped in a relationship with no trust, and how being part of a relationship's never a perfect thing. Being persuasive in one moment and then very dismissive in the next. Not being forthright and judging actions, even though what we're doing is just as bad.