Do It All Over Again
Released 6 May 2022
End of The Trail Records
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‘It burns in your mind, and it weighs heavy on your heart. And you cry out in the night,
knowing when the next day starts, you’re going to do it all over again.’
The new single by Office for Personal Development chronicles the everyday dualities coursing through the mind of a self-doubting, messiah-complexed narcissist. It was recorded and produced by Jesus at OPD Headquarters, Bexhill-on-sea.
The OPD is led by its founding Director, Trevor Deeble, flanked by Head of IT - Del Querns, and the Office Junior - Bellza Moore. Together they are committed to helping you achieve all of your personal development goals.
Since conducting their debut team building event, for BBC Introducing The South, they have continued to receive BBC Introducing support. Their previous single ‘You Are In Control’ was John Kennedy’s X-Posure ‘Hot One’, then ‘Big One’, and led to the trio being invited to be live session guests and Craig Charles has spun The OPD on BBC Radio 6 Music.
With upcoming shows at the legendary Social, London and a sought after slot at Truck Festival, The OPD is set to increase its productivity exponentially in the coming quarter.
Their transition from startup to major multinational corporation has begun.
What they are saying about The OPD:
‘I'm Loving this!' Craig Charles, BBC Radio 6 Music
'Slightly strange... in a good way!' Chris Hawkins, BBC Radio 6 Music.
‘I fell for it in a big way, I think it's absolutely fantastic.’ John Kennedy, Radio X
You Are In Control - X-Posure 'HOT ONE' 'BIG ONE' and the band have been live session guests.
'A quintessentially British indie-pop act who always impress with their singles.' Charlie Ashcroft, Amazing Radio
‘Full of socio-political commentary and drum machine magic.’ Impose Magazine
‘When I was sent this explosive track, I couldn’t get enough of it and left it on repeat.’ CLOUT Magazine
‘I suspect their motivational message will be widely distributed in the coming fiscal period, and may well become all-pervasive.’ Brighton and Hove News
‘Pristine electro-pop.’ Resonance FM
‘Hot Chip circa ‘Melody of Love’ blends effortlessly with the Pet Shop Boys penchant for genius.’ ‘Their triumphs are going from good to great with meteoric rise.’ 'The best put together pop-act since Lady Gaga.' Travellers Tunes
‘This is another synth-tastic rabble rousing anthem, if you need to feel better about how life is going, smash some OPD on close your eyes and dance like no one is watching.’ Sounds Indie
‘Guaranteed to help you become the best version of yourself.’ Harmonic Distortion
‘A ghastly corporate organisation.’ BBC Introducing