01 August 2016

DIAMOND DAYS ‘The Death Of Us’, out Friday 25th November

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DIAMOND DAYS

HIGHLY POPULAR ENERGETIC ALT-ROCKERS RELEASE EP NUMBER TWO!

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With favourable descriptors likening the band to Panic! At The Disco, You Me
At Six, and Blink 182, DIAMOND DAYS are already renowned for having more
hooks than a fishing trip; however, the UK energetic rock outfit have
exceeded themselves with their new sophomore EP, The Death Of Us, out on
Friday 25th November.

From the get go, Diamond Days hit the ground running. The North West
tunesters’ first release, their debut single Start It From The End,
instantly took flight taking social media by storm. The foursome swiftly
followed this by dropping their debut EP We’ve Come A Long Way, grabbing
further attention and attracting a slew of YouTube and Twitter fans,
resulting in well over 60,000 views and nearly 40,000 followers. The EP was
greatly lauded by the national media panning from BBC Introducing, Kerrang!
Radio, XFM, Rocksound, Powerplay Magazine, through to Big Cheese Magazine.
Diamond Days continued their surge with their next single Love Struck Kids,
exclusively premiering the video with Scuzz TV; heavy rotation also followed
with Kerrang! TV, MTV Rocks and BBC Radio One, all who widely supported the
single. Prominent live shows with Metro Station, Motion City Soundtrack, The
Blackout, Fearless Vampire Killers, and Hawthorne Heights have also aided in
cultivating for the crew an impressive fan-base, who keenly pine for more
material from the industrious foursome.

The wait is now over; the unstoppable tunesmiths are primed to kick on even
further with their explosive new EP The Death Of Us. With four full cuts on
offer, the band have raised the bar yet again. The EP’s namesake, The Death
Of Us, is sure to pick up widespread radio airplay; this track has an
absolutely monolithic hook and is nothing short of an anthem. The EP
highlights the band’s growing maturity and song-writing dexterity, as
portrayed by the magnificent Kings and Queens with its adept use of dynamics
and gloriously infectious refrain. With momentum building, it’s only a
matter of time before Diamond Days will truly dominate.
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-DIAMOND DAYS RELEASE ‘THE DEATH OF ME’ THROIUGH ALL STORES ON FRIDAY 25th
NOVEMBER-

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