AOLMRadio
© ArtistsOnLineMusic.com 2019 Farnborough Hants UK GU14 0PB

Featured

Latest Featured Artist

BELLEVUE DAYS

Album: It Can’t Possibly Go Wrong Ever

Band :BELLEVUE DAYS

Released: 22 NOVEMBER 2019

YouTube: Video

Musical style: sludge pop/alt-rock

Croydon-based sludge pop/alt-rock four piece, Bellevue Days, have

announced that their debut album “It Can’t Possibly Go Wrong Ever”

will be released on 22nd November 2019. The album is available to

preorder here

“It seems like the whole world is kinda falling apart in every direction

you look, doesn’t it?” says Bellevue Days vocalist Alan Smith matter-of-

factly, commenting on the inspiration for the new record.

“For me personally, I took a long look at the world around me and I just

kinda realised how f*cked up it’s become. I usually try to steer away

from politics in music; I ain’t no Bob Dylan (just yet). I find it hard not to

put my personal experiences and feelings into songs—from

depression, to family issues, to deaths—as that’s usually the only thing

I can really go off, but on this record there are a few more stories

which I imagine from other people’s points of view, which was an

interesting and refreshing perspective.”

To celebrate the news, the quartet have revealed a video for brand

new single ‘SHOTGUN’ which sees them stealing their own album

ahead of release in a tongue-in-cheek parody of the Martin Shkreli and

Wu Tang Clan legal case.

Commenting on the single and video, directed by friend of the band

Tom Carnell, vocalist Alan Smith says: “This is the first song we wrote

for the album. Unusually for us, it was born from a major jam sesh late

one spring evening. When Dan first hit those chords I knew he was

onto something big. It was like we were four puzzle pieces fitting

together perfectly. It was sludgy as hell. Juxtaposed with the serious

nature of the song’s subject matter, we wanted to take a more

lighthearted route with the video by just having a bit of fun and

furthering our acting careers...Brad Pitt better watch out!”

The band have so far released two highly-praised EPs—2016’s Sad Boy

and 2017’s Rosehill—for which the band saw a huge swell of support

at national press, gaining coverage from The Independent, Kerrang!

Magazine, Rock Sound, DIY, Upset and Dork.

Their single ‘Ripped Jeans’ was picked as Zane Lowe’s Hottest Record in

The World on Beats 1, and spent 6 weeks on the Kerrang! Radio

playlist, with further spins at BBC Radio 1, Radio X, BBC Introducing,

Soho Radio, and many more specialist shows.

Bellevue Days have previously appeared at 2000 Trees, Citadel,

Oberkampf Music Festival, PWER Festival, with further lives dates

alongside mewithoutYou, Twin Atlantic, Mallory Knox, Jamie Lenman,

PATRONS, Vukovi and The Young Hearts. Kicking off 2019 with two

high-profile support tours alongside transatlantic rockers As It Is and

Canadian alternative duo Rare Americans, further live dates will be

revealed over the coming months.

AOLMRadio
© ArtistsOnLineMusic.com 2019

Featured

Latest Featured Artist

BELLEVUE DAYS

Album: It Can’t Possibly Go Wrong Ever

Band :BELLEVUE DAYS

Released: 22 NOVEMBER 2019

YouTube: Video

Musical style: sludge pop/alt-rock

Croydon-based sludge pop/alt-rock four piece, Bellevue Days, have

announced that their debut album “It Can’t Possibly Go Wrong

Ever” will be released on 22nd November 2019. The album is

available to preorder here

“It seems like the whole world is kinda falling apart in every

direction you look, doesn’t it?” says Bellevue Days vocalist Alan

Smith matter-of-factly, commenting on the inspiration for the new

record.

“For me personally, I took a long look at the world around me and I

just kinda realised how f*cked up it’s become. I usually try to steer

away from politics in music; I ain’t no Bob Dylan (just yet). I find it

hard not to put my personal experiences and feelings into

songs—from depression, to family issues, to deaths—as that’s

usually the only thing I can really go off, but on this record there are

a few more stories which I imagine from other people’s points of

view, which was an interesting and refreshing perspective.”

To celebrate the news, the quartet have revealed a video for brand

new single ‘SHOTGUN’ which sees them stealing their own album

ahead of release in a tongue-in-cheek parody of the Martin Shkreli

and Wu Tang Clan legal case.

Commenting on the single and video, directed by friend of the

band Tom Carnell, vocalist Alan Smith says: “This is the first song

we wrote for the album. Unusually for us, it was born from a major

jam sesh late one spring evening. When Dan first hit those chords I

knew he was onto something big. It was like we were four puzzle

pieces fitting together perfectly. It was sludgy as hell. Juxtaposed

with the serious nature of the song’s subject matter, we wanted to

take a more lighthearted route with the video by just having a bit of

fun and furthering our acting careers...Brad Pitt better watch out!”

The band have so far released two highly-praised EPs—2016’s Sad

Boy and 2017’s Rosehill—for which the band saw a huge swell of

support at national press, gaining coverage from The Independent,

Kerrang! Magazine, Rock Sound, DIY, Upset and Dork.

Their single ‘Ripped Jeans’ was picked as Zane Lowe’s Hottest

Record in The World on Beats 1, and spent 6 weeks on the Kerrang!

Radio playlist, with further spins at BBC Radio 1, Radio X, BBC

Introducing, Soho Radio, and many more specialist shows.

Bellevue Days have previously appeared at 2000 Trees, Citadel,

Oberkampf Music Festival, PWER Festival, with further lives dates

alongside mewithoutYou, Twin Atlantic, Mallory Knox, Jamie

Lenman, PATRONS, Vukovi and The Young Hearts. Kicking off 2019

with two high-profile support tours alongside transatlantic rockers

As It Is and Canadian alternative duo Rare Americans, further live

dates will be revealed over the coming months.