the Days the Nights
Gig Seeker Pro

the Days the Nights

Band Rock


This band has not uploaded any videos
This band has not uploaded any videos



"The Days The Nights"

the versatility The Days the Nights shows is admirable, and at times, downright shocking. “Greenlight” is a first-rate blue-collar rocker that’s not afraid to stress melody, “You Should Ask Yourself” is infused with the kind of effervescent pop hooks that many young American hard rock bands are reluctant to attempt, while the lead riff in “Let’s Start a Riot” screams late ‘80s sleaze metal before being overtaken by soaring lead vocals in the chorus. And if that wasn’t enough, there’s enough post-hardcore-meets-Southern-rawk muscle in “One Last Kiss” to give Every Time I Die a run for their money. Someone please sign these guys. - Adrien Begrand


RADICAL SABBATICAL released July 2009, with two tracks receiving commercial radio airplay in the pacific northwest. Distributed through INgrooves. The song "Her Name is Alice" placed in the Oscar nominated film "The Wrestler." Six other songs used on MTV and ESPN. Band has played with Gym Glass Heroes, Tom Morello, Enter Shikari, Black tide.



Songs are a conduit for life’s stories, and sometimes, an artist’s stories reflect not only their personal experiences, but also universal themes of camaraderie, earnestness and fun.
The Days The Nights’ story began in an abandoned warehouse in the frigid Pacific Northwest. In a cavernous space filled with cold winds and littered with broken glass, four guys came together and began crafting songs encompassing both pop hooks and colorful hard rock riffs. Often needing to play in gloves while huddled around a small space heater, the songs reflect not only the grittiness of the environment but also the liberation and simple joy delivered by pure rock, and roll. Having played in indie, hardcore and post-hardcore bands, the members of The Days The Nights enmesh their histories and deliver a unifying sound unrestrained by the self-consciousness and fashion of the day. This is rock with a mischievous grin and a wink. Subtle? No. Melancholy? No. Snake like grooves? Yes, hell yes.