Influences: Daylight

Daylight

Having become mainstays of the European punk rock scene, Barcelona pop punks Daylight are set to visit to the UK later this month for the first time. Their debut visit ties in with the UK release of their latest album, ‘One More Fight’.

The album is a collection of crisp and bold pop punk songs that are reminscent of days gone by with songs like ‘Kickbacks’ and ‘Revolution’ proving to be hard hitting, powerful and catchy.

As they prepare to head to the UK, vocalist/bassist Olek Burek of Daylight stepped up to produce a short list of influences he is thankful for.

The Offspring, NOFX & No Children
Thank you Offspring, NOFX & No Children for helping us discover what punk rock was at the age of 15. It’s not because of them that we started a band, but sure they influenced us in the beginning.

Food
Thank you Macaroni and Fast Food for helping us survive the endless touring we’ve been doing lately. From American Burgers to Russian Patty we’ve eaten all the fast food you can imagine!

“The Whale”
Thank you to the Daylight Van aka “The Whale” for staying true during this crazy year. We did 100 shows from July 2014 to July 2015, and traveled more than 15000 miles with it. Now, in October we tour another 1800 miles through the UK. See you there!

FC Barcelona
Thank you FC Barcelona for being a great ambassador for our beautiful city. Everywhere we go, we find supporters and opponents we can drink beers with.

Fans
Thanks to every person that helped us in any way during the last few years, to every fan that came to see a show and left with a t-shirt or record and to you for reading this. You’re all our inspiration, and the reason we keep playing music.

‘One More Fight’ by Daylight is released on October 23rd.

Daylight links: Website|Facebook|Twitter|Instagram

October
27 Surya, London
28 Opium, Edinburgh
29 Red Lion, Prestwick
30 Drouthys, Dundee
31 Nice And Sleazy, Glasgow
November
01 Riverside, Sheffield
02 The Vic Inn, Derby
03 Cheese And Grain, Frome
04 The Scene, Swansea

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