Dayseeker share video for ‘Neon Grave’ (acoustic) – from their upcoming ‘Replica’ acoustic album

Dayseeker share video for ‘Neon Grave’ (Acoustic)

From their upcoming ‘Replica’ Acoustic album

Out 19 April (digital) / 14 June (physical) via Spinefarm

See Dayseeker live with Pierce The Veil and Holding Absence in the UK from tomorrow

Pre-save ‘Replica’


Southern California’s Dayseeker — Rory Rodriguez [vocals], Gino Sgambelluri [guitar], Ramone Valerio [bass], and Zac Mayfield [drums] — recently announced their forthcoming acoustic album ‘Replica’, which arrives digitally on 19 April and physically on 14 June via Spinefarm. Pre-order it here.

The stripped down, intimate renditions of familiar fan favourites highlight the band’s songcraft and allow the listener to experience Dayseeker in an entirely new way. The collection also includes appearances from Holding Absence’s Lucas Woodland and indie artist Amber DeLaRosa.

The band just dropped the video for their stripped down and emotionally immediate version of fan fav ‘Neon Grave.’ Watch it here.

“‘Neon Grave’ is about my father’s battle and passing from cancer,” states Rodriguez. “Getting to reimagine this one in a slower setting has a completely different emotion to it now.”

‘Replica’ is the somewhat unexpected (yet welcomed) result of a specific gig in 2022, when the band’s gear overheated at Blue Ridge Rock Festival. Thinking on his feet, Rodriguez grabbed an acoustic guitar from the van, plugged in, and performed ‘Without Me.’ Soon, he had pulled together a five-song set on the fly as thousands of fans flocked to the stage.

“I felt like we let people down, but I had so many friends say, ‘Everyone will remember the day your equipment stopped working and you still played the set as a really special moment’,'” he recalls. “It felt natural for our songs. We usually will do extra tracks for a Deluxe version or re-release, but we decided to commit to an entire acoustic album this time.”

Dayseeker kick off the UK leg of their tour with Pierce The Veil and Holding Absence tomorrow in Nottingham. They will also embark on a US headline tour this spring. Get tickets here.

April 05 — Nottingham, UK — Motorpoint Arena
April 06 — Manchester, UK — O2 Victoria Warehouse
April 07 — Dublin, Ireland — 3Olympia
April 09 — Glasgow, UK — Barrowlands
April 10 — Glasgow, UK — Barrowlands
April 12 — Cardiff, UK — International Arena
April 13 — London, UK — Alexandra Palace


April 19 — Tampa, FL — Amalie Arena (98 ROCKFEST) %
April 20 — Orlando, FL — Central Florida Fairgrounds (EarthdayBirthday) %
April 22 — Columbia, SC — The Senate &@
April 23 — Norfolk, VA — The NorVa &@
April 25 — Newark, NJ — Prudential Center (WDHA’s Rock The Rock Fest)%
April 26 — Baltimore, MD — CFG Bank Arena (98 Rock Spring Thing) %
April 27 — Las Vegas, NV — Sick New World %
April 29 — Buffalo, NY — Buffalo Riverworks *+@
April 30 — Ft. Wayne, IN — Piere’s Entertainment Center *+@
May 01 — Grand Rapids, MI — The Intersection *+@
May 03 — Milwaukee, WI — Fiserv Forum (Hog Fest) %
May 04 — Saint Paul, MN — Xcel Energy Center (93X Twin CityTakeover) %
May 05 — Des Moines, IA — Val Air Ballroom *+@
May 07 — Sauget, IL — Pop’s *+@
May 08 — Chattanooga, TN — The Signal *+@
May 10 — New Orleans, LA — House of Blues @
May 11 — Birmingham, AL — Iron City *+@
May 12 — Little Rock, AR — Little Rock Music Hall *+@
May 14 — Kansas City, MO — Uptown Theater *+@
May 15 — Oklahoma City, OK — Town Theatre *+@
May 16 — Omaha, NE — The Admiral *@
May 18 — Louisville, KY — Mercury Ballroom +@
May 19 — Bloomington, IL — Castle Theater *+@
May 22 — Albuquerque, NM — Sunshine Theater *+@
May 23 — Tucson, AZ — Rialto Theatre *+@
May 24 — Las Vegas, NV — Brooklyn Bowl *+@
May 25 — San Diego, CA — Soma *+@
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+Rain City Drive
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Dayseeker are a quiet killer. The band have steadily built a buzz over the past several years — and they have reached a tipping point. Dayseeker have become a scene standout with 2019’s ‘Sleeptalk’, which was hailed by Alternative Press as “a warm and welcome release to higher ground” and as “much needed fresh air into the post-hardcore scene.” The album has gone on to accumulate over 125 million streams, and it positioned the band as a formidable force — and one that is primed to take its next big leap. In 2021, the band dropped a deluxe version of ‘Sleeptalk’, featuring four reimagined versions of album tracks, which offered fans a fresh and unique take on songs they already love. It also demonstrated the depth and breadth of the band’s creative vision, scope, and possibilities. However, ‘Dark Sun’ catapulted the band beyond the scene’s stratosphere. The album is out now via Spinefarm and is at 80 millions streams.


Spinefarm represents some of the biggest and most important rock acts in the world. Founded in Finland in 1990, the label established itself as an independent powerhouse for successful European metal acts from Nightwish to Children Of Bodom. Acquired by UMG in 2002, Spinefarm Music Group is now home to a host of artists that reach millions of fans across the globe and showcases the very best in rock, punk and metal. From massive metal names such as Bullet For My Valentine (with over 3 billion streams to their name) to alt-rock legends Killing Joke and genre-benders Sleep Token, Spinefarm’s artists are — and always have been —true leaders in their chosen field. The roster also includes renowned names like Atreyu, Airbourne, Saint Asonia, and While She Sleeps, as well as fast-rising young artists like Dayseeker, Dead Poet Society, Kid Kapichi, BRKN LOVE, and Creeper. Spinefarm, now flanked by associated SMG labels Candlelight (Emperor, Ihsahn, Urne) and Snakefarm (Marty Stuart, Austin Meade, The White Buffalo), has grown from its independent origins into a true global rock powerhouse.