"Our new single, Siren, really encapsulates what we’re chasing with our sound."

Blending pop-styled vocal melodies with heavier, intricate instrumentation, the Georgia-based hard rock band Days To Come works tirelessly at taking their brand of positivity as far as it can go. Striving for professionalism & honesty, DTC focuses on solid songwriting & high energy live shows as well as growing & maintaining their fan-base by interacting via social networking.

The band – Vocalist/Guitarist Justin Goodson; Guitarist Brandon Rix; and drummer Jalen Hall – recently released it’s latest music video, Siren, which can be viewed here.

“Our new single, Siren, really encapsulates what we’re chasing with our sound,” stated Goodson. “I remember working on it with Brandon and it just clicked. Blending melodic clean vocals over heavier instrumentation is what we’re going to continue to pursue with future songs. I really enjoyed working on the lyrics for Siren. It’s a theme that I seem to continue to run back to.”

We’re always trying to expand on what the Days To Come ‘sound’ is and, when we were working on Siren, everything fell into place,” added Rix. “We knew that the feel of Siren was what we were after and what we would continue to chase in future songs. Siren is punchy, melodic, musical, and memorable. We hope that our fans enjoy it!”

Our new single is so much fun to play live,” Hall said. “I really enjoyed shooting the video for it. It really captures a bit of the energy we have at our shows.”

In July of 2016, DTC released their first EP, Subsist | The Art of Survival (2016). Touring throughout the southeast states over the rest of the year & into 2017 in support of their release, the band continues to put in the work required to advance their career. Partnering with booking agency Blind Anxiety Entertainment, management company Crown Artist Development, & indie label From The Depths Entertainment, DTC stays on the road as much as possible.

The band is currently working on their next record & are excited to continue to develop their sound.


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