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towering days

Ellington, Connecticut, United States

Ellington, Connecticut, United States
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"Small Band Roundup"

Towering Days has three songs from their EP, Towering Days, up on their Myspace. They just finished recording their new EP at the end of December. For fans of Radiohead, Sigur Ros, Death Cab for Cutie, Modest Mouse, Sufjan Stevens, and Thrice.

(Included in an online blog of small bands to keep an eye on) -

"towering days debut release"

If you've been following Towering Days, then you already know they changed their 'image' and band name from, "The Image," to "Towering Days," inspired by new work, new songs, a new vibe and a rebirth and growth of the band.

Probably a few of the nicest, down to earth guys you'll ever meet, and hailing from northeastern CT, Alexander Mack (vocals, piano), Jesse Mack (vocals, guitar, bass), Bob Ondek (drums, percussion), and Sean Riley (vocals, guitar, bass), collectively, "Towering Days," is an experimental indie pop band. Their sound features prominent keyboards, harmonies from three coequal vocalists, and a strong melodic focus.

They have been spending countless hours, long days and weeks in the studio preparing for their CD release (planned for October 2009) along side Trod Nossel engineer, Paul Mocadlo. With Paul pulling out all the stops and tricks of the trade, their sound is unique. Lending to their uniqueness; the use of some of Trod Nossel Studios' vintage and boutique gear, including the custom built Mocadlo amp.

With their impending release, and a possible tour planned overseas, Towering Days is certainly one to watch. More on Towering Days in a future news release. Stay tuned...
- Trod Nossel Studios Featured Artist

"Band Lyrics"

this is definitely a band for the lyric lovers like me out there. Beautiful lyrics, gorgeous music. Go listen! - Erika Keith, music and culture blogger. - Erika Keith

"Towering Days: Last Light in the House"

Towering Days is one of my favorite bands. They are from Northern CT, and are four very talented guys who write great music. Each musician has a different background, but all share common musical interests and standards, which are apparent in the songs.

Their first full-length album Last Light in the House is really a novel that reveals its plot as the listener journeys through the tracks. Each track is complete and has interesting instrumentation, lyrics, and orchestration. As you listen, you get this feeling that each song is building toward something great, and when you reach the last few tracks, you know that is has! Love as a Cross, Last Light in the House, and Appalachia are my absolute favorites, and makes this album an artistic unit that is truly outstanding.

Live, this band is great. They can perform everything they lay down in the studio, and the audience can’t help but love the vocal harmonies and the palatable-yet-unique melody lines.

You can purchase their album/tracks from their website or from itunes….your ears will be glad you did! - Somethinglikeasong (music blog)

"Towering Days"

"Y'all were one of the best bands on the whole tour. Can't wait to play with you guys again."- Your Best Friend (Band from Michigan) - Your Best Friend

"Towering Days: Last Light in the House"

"Real light fingers on the keys, vibrant almost angelic soul touching. I'm loving the shadows of Bluegrass & Banjo throughout the album. A most unique sound, definitely in a class of its own. "The Rain Had Passed" has a signature sound and its the best song on the disc." - The Venue News


EPs: Towering Days (self titled), Some Unheard Sound

LP: Last Light in the House (Release Date February 26 2010)



Towering Days is a melodic indie band from northern CT. Their songs contain traces of folk harmonies, dynamic uses of rhythm and song structure, and multiple layers of vocal and instrumental melodies. They are currently at work on their debut full-length, Last Light in the House, which is slated for release in fall/winter 2009.

Towering Days has opened up for national touring bands: Moving Mountains, Settle, One For the Team, Mansions, Brass Bed, Shapes and Sizes, Paper and Sand, Canasta, Moving Mountains

Towering Days has been played on the following radio stations

91.7 WXCI (Western CT State University Radio)
89.3 WRTC (Trinity College Radio)
91.3 WDOM (Providence College Radio)
BIRN (Berklee Internet Radio Network)
89.5 WSKB (Westfield State College Radio)