The Days from Birmingham, United Kingdom 5. The Days, grunge band from Poland 1. Front man, Luke Simpkins, 24, and bass player, Dan Simpkins, 25, are brothers from Ivybridge in South Devon. They met their drummer, Harry Meads, 24, at school and in July 2005 after meeting again at Ugbrough fair they formed The Days.
Two months later they all moved to London to further the band, found guitarist Tim Ayers,23 , also from school, and quickly earned themselves a place on the music circuit. Although the band’s clean-cut, boyish image will lead to comparisons with several pop/rock teen bands, The Days’ piano rock sound appeals to a much larger audience. They have supported Supergrass, The Fray and more recently Elliot Minor and Scouting For Girls during November-December 2008. 2. The Days are also a creative pop/rock band based out of Chicago, IL.
The Days released their first album, Great Big World, which recently appeared as scrobbled on LastFM, in 2005. Now the members are finishing high school or in college (Jordan Stacey, who now attends Cornell College in Iowa). They have committed themselves to continue to bring their music to clubs and college campuses. 3. The Days burst out of unfashionable East Manchester in 1988, flying th flag for psychedelia-tinged indie rock.
In their five year existence, they amassed hundreds of gigs throughout the U.K., including two national tours with Factory favourites Northside in 1990 and 1991. They built a great following which led to their own headline dates supported by The Verve. Apart from the 12-inch EP, 'Fly', BBC radio sessions with Marc Radcliffe and a Granada TV 30-minute special, filmed live at the Heineken Big Top Festival in 1991, The Days' legacy is one of unfulfilled promise. 4. The Days were a band from Birmingham, United Kingdom, consisting of band members, Julian Heath, Richard Heath, Darren Heath, Lee Weston and Ian Wood.
They later changed their name to The Glory. Lee Weston is currently in the band This Love Affair. 5. The Days from Poland. Grunge rock band existing in '90s.
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