See For Days
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See For Days

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"From Marty Kelly (Impact Magazine)"

"This is aggressive alternative rock that does not sound like every othere peace of ear garbage on the radio" - Impact Magazine

"From Ben Ohmhart (Music Dish)"

Quote: In a Way his lazy vocals have an intensity that captures you in's like listening to a 25 year old prodigy looking for himself and finding music, always music" - Music Dish

"From Jason Baquilod (WRMN Radio)"

"Les is more. He emotes raw power and delves into topics we can relate to , but has the ability to go deeper than we dare" - WRMN Radio

"From Jonathan Clarke (Q104.3)"

Here is a great tune, that we sifted out and found from a young musician based right here in NY, its called "Formation" - Intro to Radioplay

"From Adam McKibbin (Suite 101)"

Quote; " A mature and well executed debut from a promising singer/songwriter" - Suite 101

"From Samuel Barker (Review Station)"

"His music is better than everything I've heard up to this point...I feel somewhat gratified by waiting for this release" - Review Station

"From Jay Breitling (Splendid)"

Quote "..those moved by impassioned performances will probably feel a few hairs stand up on the backs of their necks" - Splendid


The View From Here - Retreat Records


Feeling a bit camera shy


"Wearing a tie, can make man go wild"..and it is these words that pushed Les, who works on Wall Street by day from the confines of the shower, karaoke bar and open mics to the dimly lit stages of NY's lower east side. Les and his project See For Days has taken the stages places like CBGB's and Arlene Grocery, recorded his debut album (Retreat Records), a flurry of press and even enjoyed airplay on NY's 104.3. And now See for Days spends its nights in the studio crafting an album, a piece "designed" to be listened from start to end. The band is just one of the thousands of unsigned artists fighting to make rock relevant once again by being one of the precious few to rise above the corporate and computer based music business through songs that are unapolagetic and undeniable. See For Days has no particularly original story, just a guy waiting for the day where he can pick up a guitar instead of putting on a tie on his way to work.