The League of One Return with New Album, 'Dispatch', February.
Two Singles Out Now & Album Release Party on February 3
January 26, 2018 in Artist News
Having just signed a record deal with LilEve Records, coming off their release of 3 previous full length albums, and a win of Regina’s own 104.9 The Wolf’s Queen City Rocks competition, The League of One has been working tirelessly on their newest creation, “DISPATCH”. Set to release in February of 2018, The League is gearing up and excited to announce their first single from the album entitled “WAX MUSEUM”! A hard hitting, adrenaline pumping tune that grabs you from the very first note and refuses to let go until the last. Their second single, "WORKING MAN'S BAND", is for all the working stiffs out there working to make a living! Performing and creating music for over 15 years together, these three working stiffs from the prairies bring you a new hard rock genre with classic influences such as Black Sabbath, Iron Maiden, RUSH, Led Zeppelin and a modern flavour never before heard! The League of One is a must have for any musical library.
Dispatch Single Release List/Dates and Run Times:
Wax Museum – Run Time 3:57 Release Date: Dec. 1 2017 (Check it out here)
Working Man’s Band. – Run Time 3:43 Release Date: Jan. 1 2017 (Check it out here)
Dispatch (Album) Run Time: 48 minutes Release Date Feb. 3rd 2018
“Talented (yet humble) you will never witness such technical prowess and dedication to the craft as you will with League of One. As proud flag raisers of the local scene, they continue to soldier on with determination and skill. Do yourself a favour, and join the League!” – Taron Cochrane – Music Commentator
“I was blown away not only with their song writing but by their ability to Blow My Mind. League of One never ceases to amaze me from start to finish” – Trevor Freed, League Fan Page
“The League of One, on the other hand, are a metal band in the classic tradition of Iron Maiden and Judas Priest. Will Maeder, the singer and guitarist, absolutely shreds on the guitar and has searing vocals. It’s hard to believe that so much raw power can come from a three piece band. These guys are a force to be reckoned with” - J.J. Elliot - , Creative Writer, Harvard Broadcasting