Jericho | One Is Not Enough

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One Is Not Enough

by Jericho

Jericho’s live shows deliver a hard punch of gospel harmony and sexual energy, reminiscent of acts like (James Brown and Earth, Wind and Fire). Front man, Darragh Keary’s spontaneous and free-form dance moves jell with the sounds to give a joyous live experience. "...this new Irish band is something special...Frontman Darragh sounds like a classic Michael Jackson..smooth but gutsy, with a cheekiness that’s just the right side of legal..." Lisa McInerney, "Jericho are breaking with tradition and brin
Genre: Pop: 70's Pop
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Their first official debut single, “One Is Not Enough” is rapidly climbing the YouTUBE (link)‘charts’. Quirky, passion-fuelled and unescapably groovy, “One Is Not Enough” is taken from Jericho’s “Trip The Light Fantastic” EP, due to be released early 2013. Building on the success of their first EP “Tantra” “Trip The Light Fantastic” promises to be fresh, exciting and undoubtedly unique.
Already seeing success with their video on Youtube, the band is well known for their vivacious live shows. Most memorable perhaps (apart from the melodies that stay in your mind days afterwards) are the frontman’s illustrious dance moves.

“One Is Not Enough” was written by Darragh Keary, mastered by Richard Dowling at WAV Mastering and mixed by Chris O’Brien & Graham Murphy at The Production Suite, Dublin (brass was arranged by Michael Buckley and Darragh Keary).


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