Band pay people to listen to their music

The Reclusive Barclay Brothers debut single, We Could Be Lonely Together, is available on iTunes and the release is accompanied by an instructional video that explains how people can get their hands on what the band call "incentives".

The video asked viewers to visit the aptly named site to submit their e-mail address and over the subsequent 30 days, the band will randomly pick 100 people to receive their £27 share of the cash.

The band claims that paying ...

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