5 Songs, 17 Minutes


Ratings and Reviews

4.6 out of 5
12 Ratings
12 Ratings
feuermadchen ,

Hope this gets to you

It’s been 3 years since they asked their fans to support them on Kickstarter to fund a new album. They made a promise and we gave generously, surpassing the amount they were shooting for by almost 50%! They have never delivered and their lack of morals has left me with a bitter taste for anything by the Daylights or anything that has to do with Kickstarter (as there is nothing Kickstarter will do to help supporters that have been betrayed)

KahunaRick ,

Modern Fossils Discovered

As always, The Daylights create and fashion music that needs to be heard. Can't wait for the release of their new record, but glad to discover some great covers to enjoy in the new year! If these songs are fossils, just as the record title indicates, the sounds are fresh and modern.

TaylorBmusic ,

Meets & Exceeds

This meets my expectations of quality for these guys - they're always incredible. But it exceeds my expectations in style - they stretched to make something way different than their record, something beautiful, forward thinking, not unlike their other work, but forward thinking sounds different from year to year, and these guys not only keep up, but they stay ahead.

About The Daylights

An alternative pop/rock trio with a lush, bombastic sound, the Daylights formed in 2004 in Los Angeles, CA. Brothers Ricky (bass/guitar) and Ran Jackson (guitar/keyboard) provided the group's foundation, while Danish drummer Svend Lerche joined the lineup several months later to replace the departing Adam Farley (with whom the band released its first recording, The Shift and Blur EP). With Lerche on board, the Daylights landed a high-profile touring gig with OneRepublic and released another EP, 2008's Sans Radio, while readying the release of the band's debut album. ~ Andrew Leahey

Los Angeles, CA




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