Eurocreme Signs a Boy Band

NEW YORK — Eurocreme has announced it has signed Boy Banned, a boy band that recently released its first single “One World.”

The band plans on recording more tracks and will make its debut public appearance at Berlin Pride in the summer.

The band’s lead singer, David Purdue, initially contacted Dominic Diesel — who counsels Eurocreme in digital marketing — for advice on marketing the new boy band, which also includes Pob, Adam and Ryan.

“On hearing the ideas for the new boy band, I was very excited about the project and the perfect producers and distribution network came into mind.” Diesel said.

Eurocreme director Trojan Rock took a shine to the boys, all in their early 20s, and offered them a 12-song recording contract, the company said.

“I was really impressed with their songs and boundless energy and the scope of success with Eurocreme’s direction and creative input is such that I couldn’t let the project pass me by,” Rock said.

Eurocreme CEO Max Lincoln said he was equally impressed with Boy Banned.

“Boy Banned has enormous talent and is a fantastic addition to the Eurocreme portfolio,” Lincoln said. “It gives us a unique position in the marketplace.”

Andy Goulding, a radio DJ, described “One World” as an upbeat pop song that’s “pure and classy.”

The CD single contains the radio edit, an extended edit and an Ibiza-style club edit mixed and produced by London club gurus Jason Prince and James Hurr. All three tracks are available for download on iTunes, Amazon and Spotify.

The band will perform “One World” and other new songs on stage at Berlin Pride on June 19.

Boy Banned’s music, photos and video blog about the making of the band are available at The site also features a fan section, as well as information about upcoming appearances.