Band: Two Choices
Album Title: Have You Heard?
Genre: Pop/Rock
Release Date: Out Now!

Two Choices are a 4 piece pop-rock band from Brighton. Influenced by everyone from Elton John to Bon Jovi to Green Day, the band are:

Ash Plank – Vocals/Keyboard
Tom Clarke – Guitar/
Tim Cook – Bass
Ryan O’Sullivan – Drums

Together for 10 years this year and having played over 450 gigs across the UK and Europe, 2009 saw Two Choices win the title of ‘Best Indie Rock Band’ in playmusic pickup‘s unsigned awards. This was following the release of the band’s debut mini-album ‘Longest Journey’.

With around 1000 copies of ‘Longest Journey’ sold at gigs alone, Two Choices decision to embrace the often overlooked pub scene in England alongside playing at clubs has really helped in building the band‘s fanbase.
Building on this, 2010 stands to be an even more exciting year for the band. A new 4 track E.P titled ‘Have You Heard?’ (Released 25/01/2010)  forms the basis of two tours to Europe (including Holland, Italy, Germany and France)  as well as plans for a two week tour of the USA!

The band‘s ultimate aim is to become full-time, recording artists, but until then, getting on a tour with a well established band is the ideal scenario. Two Choices’ motto is simple… ‘Get out there, get heard.” And they’re definately getting out there!.. So ….’HAVE YOU HEARD?’      

Tracklisting :

1. Here We Go
2 .Chasing Rio
3. I Believe
4. Angels


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