I was really excited last year when I stumbled across Oxford 3-piece, The Anydays. Their album Collector remains in my mobile Mp3 player to this day. It ended up at #8 on my Top 10 albums of 2010.
The song “Here She Comes” is still one of my fav’s. It is so much fun in under 2 minutes.
The Anydays are back at it in 2011 with a new single called “She’s Not The One” and a new album called MOVE on the way in May out via 208 Records. Please show them some American love and maybe they will want to come over and conquer the States. If Liam Gallagher is reading this, you may want these lads as your opener.
Here is what 208 Records has to say about the new release:
The Anydays are here again! Following their superb debut album ‘Collector’ released last year, the band, a classic 3 piece from Oxford, release this, their new single, from the forthcoming album ‘Move’.
The bands sound is based on the classic Brit-rock influences; The Jam, , . The Anydays sound has a natural exuberance of its own. The overall feeling is of an American sunshine mixed with a British grit. ,
Take the A side, ‘She’s Not The One’ . A gritty, soulful rhythm & blues swing meets a glorious Lennonesque vocal, a sunny chorus then captures & lifts the mood of the listener. In contrast, the B side ‘When Did All Go Away’ is more downbeat, more minor key. Still powerful though, with great harmonies.
If you like this, you will love the forthcoming album ‘Move’. Available 2nd May 2011, on 208 Records.
Sometimes she’s just not the one