Thank you for visiting our Fund it page, we hope you can help.
We have just completed the recording of our debut album "Everybody's Music" with renowned Irish producer Stephen Shannon and we want to give you the chance to help us prepare it for release. This album is the product of 3 years gigging, writing, rehearsing and travelling the length and breadth of Ireland meeting most or all of you reading this.
We're offering numerous rewards and pre-sales for you all and even some special offers for those of you who just aren't happy with only a copy of the album.
The funds from this campaign will be used to pay for Mastering, CD duplication and distribution, printing, videos, PR and a host of other small details.
Thank you everyone for your continued support and we hope to see all of you at a show soon.
Big Up, The BaRLey MOB
The BaRLey MOB are a 6 piece group hailing from Ireland, who's collective influences have fused to create a unique style of music. Described as one of the hardest working bands in Ireland, they bring a fresh blend of uplifting music to their listeners, embellished and delivered with equal measures of rock riffs, soulful melodies, folk jigs and infectious beats.
Since forming in April 2010, The BaRLey MOB have played over 200 gigs from the smallest snugs to the illustrious Electric Picnic, where they performed 6 times in one weekend. Every gig, rehearsal and road trip resulted in the band being described by the Irish Daily Star as "One of the tightest live bands on the circuit today" in 2011.
The BaRLey MOB are: Adam Daly, Neil Butler, Andy Moore, John Heraghty, Conor Byrne and Sean Behan
"..but for us the headliner came hours earlier. The Barley Mob are a true rarity: reggae isn’t exactly storming the fort of the Irish music scene, but there’s far more to this impressive grouping than a clever play on words."
AU Magazine - Vantastival 2012 review
"The Barley Mob are as good if not better than any band on the gig circuit in Ireland right now, make it your business to check them out."
Goldenplec - Vantastival 2012 review
"..if Ireland need a voice for the modern day generations, The Barley Mob are that voice.." (Online Live Review)