Gone By Daylight

Gone By Daylight

 Chicopee, Massachusetts, USA
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Gone By Daylight is a pop/rock band with an explosive, live rock show.

Biography

Born from pop-punk roots and a Rock n’ Roll spirit, Gone By Daylight incorporates a magnetic voice and pop-rock song writing, brimming with hooks and rock riffs. Influences include (but not limited to) Third Eye Blind, Guns n’ Roses, Blink 182, Tom Petty, and of course, The Beatles.

The band is comprised of born front man and song writer, Eric Paquette (Lead Singer, Guitar); master-thinker and fret shedder, Jeff Lynch (Lead Guitar, Vocals); rhythm-locked to perfection with his drummer brother and two revolvers tattooed across his chest, Jordan King (Bass, Vocals); and the no-bio-can-ever-do-him-or-his-stage-presence-justice, Shaanan King (Drums). The band solidified this line up in January of 2011, and has found management with John O’Leary of JWorks Management. Shortly after, the group inked a Production deal with Universal Publishing and EMI Recording artists, Kurtis John and Michael Nadeau. The team has been on an all-out writing and recording spree, completing upwards of 30+ songs between the producer’s Los Angeles and Connecticut studios.

GBD members have been playing their North East music circuit together for years and have shared the stage with My Chemical Romance, Fuel, Brett Michaels, Ed Kowalczyk of Live, Lifehouse, Misfits, Starting Line and The Academy Is. Currently, the band performs consistent shows between New York City and Boston.

The band will be appearing in an upcoming Axe Body Spray commercial filmed in NYC’s legendary Bowery Ballroom and aired in Latin America and Spanish speaking counties, thanks to House Casting and Imperial Woodpecker film company.

GBD has aired on TV: ESPN2, WWE, E News Daily, Party Down, MTV’s Teen Mom and Starz Network (Starz, Comedy, HD).

Radio stations showing GBD support: Lazer 99.3 WLZX (Springfield, MA), Radio 104.1 WMRQ (Hartford, CT) and 96.5 WTIC-FM.

Discography

Big Riff EP Available on iTunes.

Set List

All originals and the occasional cover. Average set is usually 45-50 minutes