Wire Daisies - Just Another Day - Video Streams
Wire Daisies - Just Another Day
Released 20 th September 2004
Cornish four-piece the Wire Daisies release their superb debut album ‘Just Another Day’ on the 20 th September through Transistor Project.
The Wire Daisies will release the beautifully melancholic single ‘Butterfly’, on the 13 th September, followed by the album ‘Just Another Day’ on the 20 th September. Packed full of infectious melodies and instantly memorable hooks ‘Just Another Day’ follows the success of their digitally released EP ‘Make Everything Change’ which went straight into the Top 30 in the download chart.
The Wire Daisies have something which will appeal to everyone with their combination of traditional singer/songwriting and gutsy energy of today’s Brit rock. They consist of Treana Morris (vocals), Ol Beach (keyboards), Alden Evans (guitar) and Steve Jackson (drums). Treana, Alden and Steve met through the Cornish gig scene and later met Ol at a solar eclipse pasty in 1999.
‘Just Another Day’ was recorded at Sawmills Studios with renowned producer John Cornfield who jumped at the opportunity of working with the Wire Daisies after hearing a demo. John has previously worked with Oasis, Supergrass and Muse.
The music industry’s trade bible, Music Week, described the Wire Daisies as the “unsigned discoveries of 2003”. They have since enjoyed success after signing with Transistor Project and a worldwide publishing deal with EMI.
The Wire Daisies are not only building a strong fanbase in the UK with their current tour but also internationally as they recently closed the Montreux Jazz Festival in Switzerland. Leading Swiss newspaper, Le Matin, reviewed their performance, “They showed wonderful self-confidence and delivered all that we were promised. A beautiful surprise to close the festival.”
Colliford Lake Park, Cornwall 4 th Sept
ULU, London 10 th Sept
Three Fat Fish, Exeter 16 th Sept
One Central Street , Manchester 19 th Sept
Horsebridge Centre, Whitstable (Kent ) 26 th Sept
ULU, London 13 th October
Billie Eilish thinks she may have taken it too far as she sees stars in her latest single release, 'NDA'.
Ed Sheeran channels a kind of vampire Joker in the video for his new electronic single ‘Bad Habits’; a song taken from his forthcoming album...