DOHENY: Demo Samples Posted Online

DOHENY, the new group formed by ex-THE CULT touring bassist Billy Morrison (on guitar) and PITCHSHIFTER frontman Jon "J.S." Clayden, have posted MP3 clips of the songs "Drive Me" and "Take My Eyes" at this location. The band, who have already completed an album's worth of material at Morrison's demo studio, will continue to write songs before they start shopping around for a record deal. "We want everything to be just right before we make any moves," Billy said. This is a great band and I'm really proud of the tunes. Everything has to be just right for DOHENY before we take it to the public." Said Jon: "The tunes just keep coming thick and fast right now, we don't wanna stop while we're on a roll!" Other tracks completed during the recent demo sessions include "Falling Through" and "Watching It All Burn".

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