Day's Difference
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Day's Difference


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"Days Difference have the potential to be huge"

Haunting melodies & artistic lyrics season Days Difference music to make it stand out in the crowd. Not only do these boys know how to rock, they are super guys to hang out with. They're focused & passionate, entertaining & dedicated to mastering their art! Get use to hearing their name, cause Day's Difference have the potential to be huge! - Phil Baquie, Producer and Solo Artist

"The Newest Campus Sensation"

(Days Difference) created a stir after they left the stage, the audience buzzing with opinions and mentions of their favorite songs... (they) left the audience stunned, then coming back for more. - Captain's Log, Christopher Newport University: Lifehouse Concert

"American Answer to Coldplay"

Days Difference is the American answer to Coldplay but with an edge. Hard working, young guys with great stories to tell in their songs makes them a band with something to compete with. - Jimmy Anderson of Anderson Entertainment, VP of A&R at Evo Recordings

"Surefire Hit in Waiting"

The melancholy piano-pop instrumentation and the emotive tone from singer Jeremy Smith recall the commercially viable Five for Fighting and Lifehouse. "Man on the Moon" - which can be heard on their Myspace site, - is a surefire hit in waiting. - Jeff Maisey, The Virginian-Pilot


Unaware first single to be serviced to radio.

Full Length album "Numbers". Set to release June 2007 under Black Dog Recordings. Mixed by Matt Malpass at Marigold's and Monsters.

Six song EP titled "The Numbers." Released 2006. Produced by Phil Baquie. Mastered by Jim Wolf.



Music is about people. Days Difference believes this with every song they write. "Experience, conviction, and the passions and sorrows of life really define who people are," says vocalist Jeremy Smith. "Really, it's the things we and the people around us go through every day that inspire us to write and play. We want to create something tangible, something our audience can relate to. That's what we are about." Drummer, Jonathan Smith, adds, "Our band's name, Days Difference, is the idea that everyone should live each day like its their last. Live life to the fullest. Don't regret not pursuing what you really love. Take risks, jump at challenges."

The two sets of brothers have done just that. They started the band in the spring of 2004. Both Jonathan and Jeremiah Ricks left college. Jeremy turned down music scholarship opportunities. Micah Ricks forewent college all together. They all quit their day jobs early in 2006 to focus fully on the band.

As for their live shows, they are a powerful, raw, display of emotion. The music swells from intimate to intense. Days Difference believes in allowing space within their music. "We feel the most passionate perfomances come from well-written songs that are also simplistic in nature," shares guitarist Jeremiah. "You can't really hide mistakes when every instrument can be heard as clearly as the next. It makes for a much better experience for the listener." "It's like the CD, but better," includes bassist Micah.

The band's first full length album, Numbers, is set to release June 5, 2007. It is a culmination of the growth and experiences Days Difference has shared over the past two years. "Our sound has gone through multiple changes since we first started. It's taken time to find what works and doesn't work," explains Jeremy. "We've begun to really define what we're doing musically. The album is a testament of just that."