Infinity Ends Tomorrow
The Story We are Two Minute Hour from Minehead, Somerset in England. We started in 2001 and the original line up was: Jas - Vocals and Guitar, Jamie - Vocals and Bass and Steve on drums and we called ourselves Stalefish. After a year we started playing around with the idea of having two guitarists and one bassist with no drummer because Steve became a good guitarist. After about a year of doing this we recruted Rob on drums changed our name to Two Minute Hour and made several demos which only exist on tapes that were recorded on a cheap tape recorder. After a few small gigs Rob and the rest of the band parted company because of differing time schedules and also the age gap. After that Jas, Jamie and Steve decided to continue with Jas taking over on drums while they recorded the first demo version of Take \'Em Out on a four track cassette recorder, which was then put onto CD by Roger at Bulrush Studios. Soon after recording Jamie left the band due to other commitments and so Jas and Steve were left to find a new drummer. After many emails and no-shows we got a message from Katie who played her first gig with the band at the Tropiquaria Battle of the Bands. In December 2006 we recorded the Two Minute Hour EP which was self released in January 2007. Katie stayed in the band for a year and played her last gig with the band at the 2007 Tropiquaria Battle of the Bands. So after thinking about recording with just Jas and Steve doing all the drum parts, we practised with Rob again and it just seemed to click with old songs sounding better than ever and new tracks sounding amazing and so Rob is now our full time drummer! In October 2007, with help from the Live \'n\' Up group, we recorded the Falling on Nails EP, with redone versions of Falling on Nails and Click, and the new song Method. On December 28th we were named Unsigned Act of the Year on the Indie Experience on XNDradio.com, beating some great bands from around the UK to the top prize. In April 2008 we recorded Infinity Ends Tomorrow, our first full album, which will be available on 19.07.08 from here and also at all of our upcoming gigs after that date! Why Two Minute Hour?: It is basically about how time passes when you are with different people. For example if you are with someone you really like/enjoy being with then an hour can pass in what seems like two minutes, whereas if you are with people who you don\'t get along or find annoying then two minutes can seem like an hour.