Daylight brings cool American rock to the Queen City
blog by Kathryn Przybyla • August 26, 2013 @ 10:37am
Making the trip from Doylestown, PA., Daylight will be coming to Waiting Room on Sept. 9.
With the recent release of their first full length LP entitled “Jar” on Run For Cover Records in April, the boys show no signs of stopping.
Made up of Taylor Madison and Jake Clarke on guitar and vocals, Joe Kane on bass and Zack Robbins on drums, Daylight was formed in 2007, when they began writing their first songs which would end up on their EP “Sinking” in 2009.
With Australian and European tours early in their career, the band embarked on their first U.S. tour in 2010 when they headed out west, making a stop at the Sound and Fury Festival. Now they’re coming to Buffalo with a highly anticipated show to promote their new album “Jar” which has an apparent ‘90s grunge influence.
“Yeah, that’s definitely my favorite genre of music, Taylor Madison said in an interview with Alter the Press. “Everyone else in the band likes that genre of music as well. So I feel like I definitely want things to go a little more in that direction with the band rather than do kinda what we were doing, but I didn’t wanna force it and make it a different band. I just want it to be a little more of a natural progression.”
You can catch Daylight along with The Traditional, Cedar Kites and Real People at 6 p.m. on Monday (Sept. 9) at Waiting Room in Buffalo. Tickets to the show are $10 and can be purchased through Waiting Room’s website here.
For more information on the show, check out After Dark Entertainment for details.
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