The Bad Day are a rock blues band which emerged from the London music scene in 2017.
The band’s debut album was released in 2021 on two labels; Lunaria in the U.K. and P-Vine in Japan. The album was a critical success picking up some cool awards and getting international airplay on BBC, Planet Rock and many others in Japan and Brazil.
The second album was very different; a concept album. All the songs flow into each other and tell a tragic story of freedom and love. The first single from the album won Classic Rock Magazine’s Track Of The Week. Mastered at Abbey Road by Miles Showell who worked on Sgt Peppers and is their vinyl specialist. The album has received rave reviews including 9/10 in Classic Rock Magazine.
The Bad Day maintain a healthy live performance schedule, mainly in the U.K. They have played some notable venues and festivals including; Sony Hall, The 100 Club, Ronnie Scott's, Camden Assembly, 02 Academy, The Isle of Wight Festival, Blackdeer Festival, Pennfest, Love Rocks Festival, Wildfire Festival, Guilfest, HRH Blues Fest, Brezoi Open Air Fest, and many others.
The Bad Day have featured in some very cool magazines; Bassplayer (UK and US), Classic Rock Magazine and many more. In June the band were front cover stars and feature interviews for Blues Matters Magazine, MNPR and Blues in Britain. Also the new album was a featured review in Classic Rock Magazine which rated it 9/10 and said it was “Hugely impressive”. The band also won the Classic Rock Magazine Track of the week for 'Devil's Lullaby'.
The band has received airplay on BBC Radio 2, BBC introducing, Planet Rock, Radio Caroline, Radio Rock (Brazil), Great Music Stories and many others.
5th Best Rock Song 2022 - Classic Rock Magazine
3rd Best Blues Album 2022 - Classic Rock Magazine
Classic Rock Magazine’s Track of the week
Great Music Stories Band of the month x 2
Madison Square Garden's - Artist of the month
Blues Rock Album of the Year - Debut album
Best new artist 2019 - Digital Blues Rock Awards
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