The Overtones' new single, Say What I Feel, will be released on February 6th, 2012, through Warner Music Entertainment. It is taken from the Platinum edition of their debut album, Good Ol' Fashioned Love, which was released in November 2010 and peaked at number 4 in the UK Album Charts.
The video for Say What I Feel sees The Overtones in Cape Town in South Africa, visiting a market, catching the eyes of two girls on mopeds and mucking around. Towards the end of the video, the boys get suited up to perform in front of an adoring crowd.
Although based in London, The Overtones come from different parts of the world. While Darren Everest; Mike Crawshaw and Mark Franks hail from Essex; Bristol and Manchester respectively, Timmy Matley is from Cork, Ireland and Lachie Chapman comes from Sydney, Australia. The group were decorators initially; they were discovered by a talent scout whilst painting a shop near London's busy Oxford Street.
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