Eleven Past One or at times 1:11 is a Canadian pop music band, most notable for their single "The World Is Ours".
The band formed in 2007 in Bowmanville, Ontario. The members are two brothers, lead singer Daniel Richter and guitarist Stephen Richter, as well as their friends Kyle Bykiv on guitar, and Steve Patenaude on drums.
In early 2009, the band hooked a trailer to their SUV and drove around the south of the United States for six months, living in trailer parks with no electricity or running water. They played in Cocoa Beach, where singer Daniel Richter, his brother and guitarist Stephen Richter and drummer Steve Patenaude played to sunbathers.
The trio eventually met an investor and a producer, which led to a three-month recording session in Los Angeles and a debut LP, The Ultimate Catch. The album caught the attention of manager Eric Clinger who introduced the group to Hedley and Simple Plan producer Brian Howes, a collaboration that yielded "The World Is Ours", the band’s breakthrough single.
Eleven Past One took the song directly to Virgin Radio in Toronto.
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