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Better Day

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"Bucks Based BETTER DAY a "tour de force...""

“Better Day is a tour de force of harmonic inspiration. These are guys who do not understand boundaries and who constantly press forward to reach greater musical heights. Just see them play once, and you'll know that this group has a genuine love for the creation and the development of their original ideas.”
- Vince Ancona - Web Digest Weekly - Web Digest Weekly


Please Dont See This Through - Single
Redlined and Miserable - Single
Nosebreather - EP
Beating Down Your Door - LP

We have been played on, widener university's Undersigned Radio and various local university stations.



There, in the summer of 2008, in a makeshift basement studio in Lower Bucks County, PA, Better Day was born.

Comprised of seasoned veterans Chris Cooney (A Paper Tiger) on guitar, Liam Hare (A Paper Tiger/Red Hot Roxy) on drums, and Josh Peacock (The New Aggression) on bass, the trio started from scratch, building a sound indicative of the numerous influences that surrounded them in their previous musical endeavors, and life in general - blending edgy, vocal driven, indie progression with rejuvenated grunge grit and a splash of punk to taste.

They released their debut single “Please Don’t See This Through” in September of ’08, collaborating with John Fachet from Sweetcreek Studios on this effort. It received high acclaim and praise from local artists and critics as “Fresh” and “Enigmatic”.

In December of 2008, Better Day enlisted the vast experience of Anthony DiPietro (Rainbow Coalition/APT) to round out and complete the quartet. The match was seamless.

With the line up solidified, Better Day released their first EP, “Nosebreather”, in December of 2008.
Almost a year later, in November of 2009, BD released their debut full length album entitled "Beating Down Your Door"

Better Day continues to strive to create refreshingly original, truly alternative material, while still holding true to the roots that got them to this point. The next chapter awaits…