Another Day are the teenage cousins, who are set to explode onto the music scene like only the rawness of youth can. You expect catchy, powerful, self-penned 90’s influenced punk, britpop, mod-indie rock n roll tunes, high energy stage shows, and... back flips. They are a young, but a serious outfit: the mature writing skills of singer/guitarist Louis are backed by a bullet proof rhythm section (brother Jonte on bass and Harley on drums), which kicks cousin Charlie‘s scorching lead guitar eagerly to the forefront.
To date the band have released two previous singles ‘Quicksand’ and‘The College Song’ both of which have helped to create a real buzz surrounding the boys, from fans and industry peers alike. With their fresh, authentic spark and jaw dropping live shows, a string of further new singles already in the pipeline recorded at The Libertines' HQ; The Albion Rooms, and Louis’ background as a world class freestyle sports athlete, Another Day are connecting the dots between a new era of British rock and the extreme sports world.
The band are now gearing up for their most explosive single to date;‘A Sticky Situation’. With its straight off the bat, high octane, fast, furious fuzzing guitars and drums mixed with the rasping almost shouty vocals, this track is a slice of pure punk raw energy. It's a track to make you want to jump around and feel alive. It's absolutely buzzing with a feel good vibe and before you know it you’ll be chanting along to ‘A Sticky Situation’ at the top of your lungs.
Louis of the band has said of the track, “When I wrote this I was looking to come up with a tune that was kinda unlike anything we had done before. The song came pretty easily, the only real issue was struggling to find a fitting topic for the lyrics. So I called up Charlie and said “Hey, I got this song but have nothing to write about, can you give me a topic?” He instantly replied “We get ourselves into enough of these… What about ‘a sticky situation’?”. With that prompt all the lyrics just fell into place. We wanted to go for a really raw and punky sound on this one, which is how we play it live.”
‘A Sticky Situation’ was recorded atThe Libertines HQ, The Albion RoomsStudio in Margate and was mixed and engineered byJason Stafford and mastered byGraham Waller.
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