Brit noise makers EIGHT DAYS return with an absolutely breathtaking new
single and video entitled Sink, which is out on Friday 8th March. Watch the
video for the track here – https://youtu.be/wG9nmJcon7c .

Off-loading a sound that is as commanding as it is infectious, EIGHT DAYS
produce radiating melodic hardcore woven around crushing rhythms and
towering vocals. Evoking the guile and power of Rise Against, Pianos Become
The Teeth, Black Peaks and Comeback Kid, this South London quartet are
primed to break through to the upper echelons of the UK scene.

EIGHT DAYS originally made waves in 2016 for their debut EP, More To Life.
The record rallied support from Kerrang! Radio, Pure Grain Audio, and Alt
Corner. However, internal changes within the group disrupted their
ascendance. The band took some time out, regrouped with new members and then
triumphantly returned with a stunning single, Stray, at the end of last
year. The single received extensive acclaim and backing from Kerrang Radio,
Punktastic, New Noise Magazine, Moshville, and Maximum Volume Music.

EIGHT DAYS will now up the ante even further with their new single, Sink.
Accompanied by a nifty concept video, this track is the band’s best work to
date. The band comment about the creation of the single: “Recording ‘Sink’
was great, it was the second new song we’d done so it was good to feel at
home with the process. Lyrically it’s about hitting rock bottom, hence the
name. The most meaningful songs come from real situations you face in life
and this song’s lyrics surfaced from a recent low point. Writing songs about
these situations isn’t all doom and gloom though, getting to play them live
is a real outlet.”

Look out for the melodic hardcorers as they plan to tour extensively. With
further releases in the pipeline, EIGHT DAYS are sure to be one of the
break-out bands of 2019.

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