Powered by the distinctive vocals of frontman Graeme Costello, this lot will sort both your pop-punk and emo needs in one fell swoop. Packing a firm punch alongside their melody, latest single 'Worthless' boasts a colossal chorus as well as wistful gang-vocals and lyrics that cut deep. Other jams like 'This House' underline their diverse approach, a real bite matching the size of the choruses. Sing along while you circle pit." - Rock Sound Magazine
Better Days are a pop-punk band based in Newcastle Upon Tyne, England. The band has been described as a fresh new take on pop punk which combines all the elements of the early 2000's era and the upcoming new breed.
Since forming in late February 2016, they have built up a strong and dedicated following. Because of this, they have been able to share the stage with bands such as Mayday Parade, Less Than Jake, Seaway, Boston Manor, Trash Boat, Broadside, WSTR, The Gospel Youth, Homebound, Milestones and many others in sold out 2000 capacity venues. Amongst this, the band has been featured in many online and physical publications, most prominently Rock Sound Magazine. In May 2017, Better Days won the opportunity to open Slam Dunk North’s Breakout Stage via a fan-voted competition through Rock Sound, beating hundreds of other competitors. 2017 also saw the band tour with Victory Records’ Abandoned By Bears before heading into Steel City Studios to record their debut EP with Phil Gornell (Bring Me The Horizon, All Time Low).
2018 started with a band as the four-piece opened for The Bottom Line in what was their biggest tour to date. With the release of their debut EP impending, a tour with Fearless Records' Milestones, their first headline tour and sharing the stage with bands like Mayday Parade, 2018 looks set to be a huge year for Better Days.
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