Diamond Days

Diamond Days

Diamond Days

Diamond Days

Diamond Days are an up and coming four-piece band from Northwest England. With everybody meeting online, they came together to combine their influences, creating their own unique sound often described as a fusion of Panic! At The Disco, You Me At Six, and Fall Out Boy.

Shortly after Diamond Days formed they entered the studio to record their debut single ‘Start It From The End’ which instantly took social media by storm, grabbing attention from Twitter and YouTube fans, resulting in over 60,000 views and more than 30,000 followers.

Attracting this vast amount of views in such a short space of time, the band were approached by London based producers to record their debut EP, which was released at the end of summer 2014. Also releasing second single ‘LoveStruck Kids’ in August 2015.

Their EP ‘We’ve Come A Long Way’ is a fun, catchy, energetic mini album which will grab the listeners attention from the first beat. The EP also features guest vocals from Harry Radford (vocalist of Yashin) who takes part on the track ‘I Rewind’.


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Diamond Days have recently shot a music video for ‘I Rewind’, which will be aired on Kerrang TV and Scuzz.

With gigs under their belt including support slots for the likes of Metro Station, Motion City Soundtrack, The Blackout, Fearless Vampire Killers be sure to keep your eyes peeled for this band. There’s a lot of exciting things to come from Diamond Days!

Diamond Days have also had media coverage from BBC Radio 1, BBC Merseyside, Kerrang! Radio, Rocksound, XFM and many more.

Without giving away too much the brand new EP ‘The Death Of Us’ out 25/11/2016 is an epic, melodic adventure that you don’t want to miss Now vailable on iTunes, Google lay and Spotify

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Buy Diamond Days latest ep on iTunes here