Brit Melodic hardcore outfit Eight Days are set to rise with the launch of their new video single Unclear, which is out now. This stunning cut is taken from the band’s forthcoming new EP More To Life, out Friday 14th October.
Taking from a range of areas, from Norma Jean and Black Peaks through to Blink 182 and Yellowcard, Eight Days unleash venomous but inviting hardcore laced with an earnest and cutting delivery. Eight Days do not put out money-fuelled, over-produced “bubble-gum rock”. They hurl out appealing melodic hardcore- filled punk that is determined and genuinely gritty.
Although the trio have played together even since their school days, it wasn’t until the end of 2014 that they really stepped it up. At this time, Eight Days laid down their debut EP No Idols at Animal Farm Studios in London, and they also released a music video for the self-titled track via Blank TV. The band relentlessly toured throughout 2015 in support of the record, and soon after, hit the studio again to put down a new EP. Their sophomore EP, entitled Surrounded By The Ones Who Want Me To Fail, took the threesome to another level. The record gained widespread reviews and mentions from many outlets including Kerrang!, Musically Fresh, Already Heard, Discovered Mag, and New Roots.
Eight Days will now surpass the underground. The melodic hardcorers have just completed their new EP More To Life and it’s their best work to date.
The animated upstarts have molded a record that has captured a raw, candid, and utterly compelling sound, and it arrives in stores on 14th October. Before this, the band have just released their new video single Unclear which will take you over like a fierce bullet train threatening to fly off the tracks. It’s an astute piece
of punk rock that will leave you pining for more. So open your ears, let this band in, and they will take over your world.
EIGHT DAYS LIVE: EIGHT DAYS live in October: *15th – London, House Show
(address upon request); **17th – Middlesbrough, Westgarth; **18th – Leeds,
The Packhouse; **19th – Sheffield, West Street Live; **20th Birmingham,
Subside; **21st – Bristol – Red Lion; ***22nd – Reading, The Sun Inn;
***23rd October – Norwich, Gringo.
*w/ Snake; ** w/ Glass Harbour, *** w/Spring Yard