One Free Ride are six Mancunian lads that have been brought together through different bands/projects. Mid 2013 they began to put together the beginnings of this Indie band. It uses creative songwriting, catchy hook line guitars, big rhythm sections and distinctive soothing meaningful vocals; which combined bring their sound to life. Just a hint of the old 90s Manchester mixed up with modern Manchester as it is perceived through the eyes of the band. The band has completed the 4 track EP and are also well underway with the rest of the album.
One Free Ride Step Inside Manchester Band
The band has completed the 4 track EP and are also well underway with the rest of the album. With a wealth of experience, the band has been writing, recording, producing and mixing their own self titled EP “One Free Ride“; with the first single “Step Inside.” They have also been working at rehearsals and are ready for more live shows now. Thinking of booking this Indie band?
Manchester’s music scene had successful groups before the mid-1970s, including The Hollies, The Bee Gees, and Herman’s Hermits. The Smiths were the definitive Manchester band of the 1980s. Other 1980s bands included New Order and Joy Division. Later in the decade, the ecstasy-fuelled dance club scene played a part in the rise of Madchester. In the 1990s, Manchester saw the rise of Britpop bands, notably Oasis. An area known as the Northern Quarter, considered the cultural and musical heart of the city, houses some of the best known of these venues such as Band on the Wall, the Roadhouse and The Night and Day Cafe. Various other venues exist in pubs and clubs throughout the city. (Wikipedia)