||Shift and Blur EP CD (2004) |
Daylights discography The Daylights: bio
There is a new band in Los Angeles. Unafraid and optimistic, The Daylights are a three-piece demanding attention, whether they mean to or not. Ran Jackson (guitars/piano) and his brother Ricky Jackson (bass/guitars) split time at the mics, while Adam Farley sits content to beat the paint off his drum kit. After just a year in LA, the band is packing out clubs and drawing loyal supporters nationwide. With the release of their first offering, The Shift and Blur EP, The Daylights set a daring tone, being just as much inspired by The Beatles and Led Zeppelin as they are by John Steinbeck, Radiohead or even Frederic Chopin, for that matter. It is music that is vast and cinematic in nature, inevitably becoming a sort of soundtrack to life. The Daylights' trademark: giant melodies that sink in for days. The band recently signed with Daylight/Epic Records and are currently in preparation to record their first full length LP. Expect a national release date sometime in early summer '07.
Appeared at:New York - Mercury Lounge, Arlene's GrocerL.A. - The Viper Room, The Troubadour, The Roxy, The Whisky, & Cafe LargoNashville - Exit/In, 12th & Porter, Dancin' in the District, 3rd & LindsleyAustin - ...