New single from hot new act for 2006
Where's The Pleasure? - January 16th 2006
Protocol are not short of the three vital ingredients to make it in the dog-eat-dog world of pop music Ã¢Â€Â“ tunes, confidence and looks. One of the UK's most exciting new bands for 2006 are to release their new single, Where's The Pleasure?, on January 16th 2006.
Click here to watch the video for hotly tipped band for 2006, Protocol's new single 'Where's The Pleasure?' out 16th January '06!
Their self-penned brand of pop wizadry has won them many fans, not least through their impressive live show. They've already played live with New Order, The Bravery and Hard Fi, but John, David, Stephen, Dom and James won't be happy until they're playing to crowds of thousands at Wembley Stadium.
Singer John sums up their ambitions; "We want to make pop music cool again, and we want to be its ambassadors."
Look out for Protocol's debut album, The Rules of Engagement, due for release in spring 2006.
Here's what some of the press have been saying about Protocol alreadyÃ¢Â€Â¦
"A stylish, talented bunch of dudesÃ¢Â€Â¦one of 2006's buzz bands"
"They are Killers in their swagger, Duran in their execution and pop in their strut"
"Twenty-first century pop"
"Protocol are balancing the light with the dark, the soft with the hard, to excellent effect"
And Protocol were one of Popjustice's 100 reasons why pop is cool again
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