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Daylight (US)


Wed 20 Nov 2013, 8:00pm

Where: The Small Ballroom, 48 Watt Street, Newcastle CBD, Hunter Region

Restrictions: 18+

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  • General Admission: $23.50
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Broken Hive Records and Kingdom Sounds Present: Daylight

Wednesday November 20th
Doors 8pm

Tickets on sale Friday September 13th from Oztix

Daylight will return to Australia in 2013, four years since their debut tour won the hearts of many fans down under. They will bring their grunge laden melodic punk tunes to audiences to show off their debut album “Jar” which has been on heavy rotation for many since its release earlier this year. Alongside them for the tour will be Endless Heights. Staying quiet for most of 2013, Endless Heights look to end the year with a bang, starting with another trip around Australia to play for their ever growing audience.

Daylight have gone from strength to strength in recent years, having released four well loved EP’s and touring the world. Finally the band locked themselves away with acclaimed engineer and producer Will Yip to create “Jar.” The album brings elements of classic grunge together with more modern punk and hardcore sounds to create a bombastic rock record packed with emotion and catchy hooks.

Endless Heights have worked hard to put themselves on the map, touring over the last few years and releasing 3 EP’s, the band are finally ready to make their biggest impact yet. With the band tight lipped about the future, plans are in action for what is to come and will soon be revealed to set tongue wagging. In the meantime you can be sure that their shows with Daylight this November will be everything you have come to expect from the most uplifting and exciting Australian band in years.

Daylight and Endless Heights will make their way up and down the east coast this November for a tour to ignite the emotions and incite crowd surfing like no other.