Our debut single One Stone is a politically-charged protest song based on the idea of Psephology (a division of political sciences loosely defined as the study of the psychology of voting).

One Stone may not be your typical protest song. This is as much a song about using the system as it is about fighting it. Composed in the controversy surrounding the coalition and due to be released within a controversial Conservative reign, the song picks up on the importance of voting or indeed spoiling a vote with the intent of registering one's political existence. Tapping into concerns about the housing crisis and boldly parodying the Kennedy assassination; One Stone is British and brave in its concept and delivery.

"A musical weapon for fans of Queens of the Stone Age, Mars Volta and Muse" - Fresh On The Net.